West Perry can't hold off Waynesboro's rushing attack

07 October 2017 K2_ITEM_AUTHOR  Geoff Morrow


By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

WAYNESBORO -- Even down a key threat, West Perry showed early on that this was a definitely a Mid-Penn Colonial business trip to Buchanan Auto Park Stadium in Waynesboro.
Only problem for the visiting Mustangs, though, was the host Indians also brought their briefcases and coffee mugs.

Waynesboro answered an early punch from West Perry, then unleashed its four-headed rushing attack Friday night en route to a 31-12 triumph that gives Steven Myers' Indians sole possession of first place in the Colonial.

"Get all of us on the field, and it gives us opportunities to get fakes, counters, stuff like that," said senior running back Mason Frampton, who rushed for 129 yards and two scores on 13 carries.

Fullback Tom Drumsta churned out a game-high 132 yards and another score on 12 carries, while speed back Jimi Hoffman added 56 yards and a score on five totes. QB Isaiah Kershner, the team's leading rusher entering this game, had a relatively quiet night, gaining 27 yards on five carries.

"The pullers and putting mobile people at the point of attack, it makes it tough," Mustangs coach Bob Boden said of Waynesboro's shotgun Wing-T attack. "We're not real big on defense, so they can down-block on us and shove us off and kick out. They would spread out secondary out. And if they could pop the first level, they were gone. We couldn't keep up with them."


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