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R-B finished with 347 total yards on only 33 plays behind linemen Conrad Miller, Nick Ross, Kyle Curran, Matt Hood and Parker Gibson. Dalton Wood (6 carries, 38 yards) capped the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown run and went 71 yards with a swing pass from sophomore quarterback Jacob Huber (5 for 6, 114 yards) in the first quarter.
"I thought we did well and came out strong and ready to play," Legnaioli said.
"We've had less mistakes and less turnovers, and we've had a lot of changes on offense," Noll said. "We had a new quarterback in Week 4 (Huber), a new center in Week 5 (Hood) and now we have our strong guard (Gibson) back after being hurt since Week 1. That helps a lot if your main parts are there."
IN A TOUGH STREAK
Woodstock (2-5, 0-4) managed only 87 yards of offense on 30 plays as it lost its fifth straight game. Junior quarterback Michael Purkey (11-for-18 passing, 71 yards) completed 8 of 10 passes for 47 yards to set up Caleb Warmbier's 40-yard field goal with two seconds left in the half.
Gavin White recovered Carl Anderson Jr.'s pooch kick to start the second half, and the Blue Streaks were at the R-B 21 when play was stopped. Anderson also returned a kickoff 26 yards, caught two passes and punted three times for a 44-yard average.
"That's tough sledding," Woodstock coach Mike Brasile said of R-B's defense, "but we were able to find some stuff later on. I was proud of the way the kids battled the entire night.
"We counted 14 out with injuries out of the 40 we started the season with, and we possibly lost two more during the game. We need to keep kids healthy going into the Woodstock North rivalry game (next week)."