Bradley Yoder Farmer's Insurance Agent

West Branch Warriors at Louisville Leopards Football Highlights 2014

Featured Video Play Icon

Louisville 51, West Branch 0

The Louisville Leopards racked up 422 yards of offense and 6 touchdowns in the opening half during their 51-0 rout of visiting West Branch Friday at Louisville Leopards Stadium. The victory was Louisville Football’s 600th all-time as they improved to 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in the conference.

Quarterback Connor Zwick led the Leopards by completing 12 of 13 passes for 270 yards & 4 touchdowns through the air and ran the ball 9 times for 82 yards & a touchdown on the ground.

Louisville scored touchdowns on 6 of their first 7 offensive drives. Zwick threw touchdown passes of 30 & 8 to Alec Jones, from 63 yards out to Tyler Adams, and from 15 yards away to Ryan Lautner. Zwick and Kyle Woost also scored on one yard touchdown runs as the Leopards took a 43-0 halftime lead.

My Fit Life Personal Trainer AdLouisville out-gained West Branch 422-42 in the opening half and led in first downs 18-2. Adams led all receivers with 2 catches for 78 yards and had 43 yards rushing, Woost also had 2 catches for 62 yards and rushed for 27 yards, and Josh Swanson made 2 catches for 58 yards. In addition, Jones and Lautner had 3 grabs each. Reis Rankin also caught a two-point conversion pass from Joe Crank.

With a running clock in the second half, the Leopards cruised to victory. Sean McKinney captured the main second half highlight when he scampered to a 14 yard touchdown run on 4th-and-Goal. Noah Bellew ran in the two-point try to put Louisville ahead 51-0 with 9:17 left in the 4th Quarter. Brody Hahn also dazzled the crowd with 49 yards on 3 carries at Quarterback.

The victory was the most lob-sided in the history of the Louisville-West Branch Rivalry. The Leopards now lead the all-time series with the Warriors 23-7 which includes a 12-4 record at Louisville. The Leopards have now taken 14 out of the last 16 contests against the Warriors and have won their last conference games overall. All-Time, Louisville Football now has a record of 600-272-36.

UP NEXT: The Leopards will next host the Minerva Lions on Friday, October 10 at 7:00 PM.

Don’t forget to Subscribe to Our Posts for Free

Order Individual Player Highlight Video

Statistics

LEOPARDS 51, WARRIORS 0

1-2-3-4–FINAL
West Branch 0-0-0-0–00
Louisville 21-22-0-8–51

1st Qtr:
L – 8:31 – Connor Zwick 1 yd run
Terra PAT
8 plays 64 yds

L – 3:18 – Alec Jones 30 yd pass from Connor Zwick
Terra PAT
8 plays 78 yds

L – 0:00 – Kyle Woost 1 yd run
Terra PAT
5 plays 54 yds

2nd Qtr:
L – 6:34 – Alec Jones 8 yd pass from Connor Zwick
Reis Rankin from Joe Crank 2pt Conversion Pass
4 plays 62 yds

L – 3:44 – Tyler Adams 63 yd pass from Connor Zwick
Terra PAT
3 plays 83 yds

L – 1:12 – Ryan Lautner 15 yd pass from Connor Zwick
Terra PAT
3 plays 65 yds

4th Qtr:
L – 9:17 – Sean McKinney 14 yd run
Noah Bellew 2pt Conversion Run
13 plays 41 yds

Team Stats:
First Downs:
West Branch: 6
Louisville: 23

Rushing:
West Branch: 19 carries for 57 yds
Louisville: 36 carries for 255 yds

Passing:
West Branch: 9 of 17 for 53 yds 0 TD’s 0 INT’s
Louisville: 13 of 14 for 279 yds 4 TD’s 0 INT’s

Fumbles/Lost:
West Branch: 1/0
Louisville: 2/1

Penalties/Yds:
West Branch: 4/40
Louisville: 3/30

3rd Down Conversions:
West Branch: 2 of 11
Louisville: 3 of 4

4th Down Conversions:
West Branch: 0 of 1
Louisville: 1 of 1

Individual Stats:
Rushing:
West Branch: Rob Lozier – 2 carries for 26 yds
Louisville: Connor Zwick – 9 carries for 82 yds 1 TD
Brody Hahn – 3 carries for 49 yds
Tyler Adams – 4 carries for 43 yds
Noah Bellew – 9 carries for 32 yds
Kyle Woost – 5 carries for 27 yds 1 TD
Sean McKinney – 3 carries for 18 yds 1 TD

Receiving:
West Branch: Kip DeShields – 4 catches for 26 yds
Louisville: Alec Jones – 3 catches for 45 yds 2 TD’s
Ryan Lautner – 3 catches for 27 yds 1 TD
Tyler Adams – 2 catches for 78 yds 1 TD
Kyle Woost – 2 catches for 62 yds
Josh Swanson – 2 catches for 58 yds

Passing:
West Branch: Corey Snyder – 9 of 17 for 53 yds 0 TD’s 0 INT’s
Louisville: Connor Zwick – 12 of 13 for 270 yds 4 TD’s 0 INT’s

You may also like...