LANGDON — Izaak Westover ran for three scores Friday night as Fall Mountain steamrolled over the visitors from Concord on their way to a big 42-6 win on homecoming night.
The Wildcats led Bishop Brady 20-0 at the half as Morgan Wilbur and Luke Gay joined Westover reaching paydirt. Not only was the Wildcat offense dominant, but the defense was laying a licking on the Giants as Sean McAllister, Tristian Fischer and Isaiah Silva had bone crushing hits applied to Bishop Brady runners and their quarterback.
Bishop Brady players didn’t help their own cause with three botched punt attempts in the first half, which FM took advantage of in a big way.
“This is what we’re capable of doing every time we step on the field,” said FM head coach Orion Binney.
Alex Flynn and Layton Stevens both had big sacks for the FM defense as Giants quarterback Patrick Brust couldn’t get anything going with pressure on him.
“This is a hungry team and we wanted to pancake them tonight and eat them up,” said Fall Mountain’s Camden Dunbar.
Brust went to the air on 14 consecutive plays before he ran it in for a 7-yard TD to put Brady on the board to start the second half. FM answered right back when Tyler Swain blasted up the middle for a 78-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to put FM up 28-6. To top things off, Swain followed that TD up with a blocked punt on the next Brady series, setting up another Westover score from 26 yards out.
“This is a good team win and it all starts with the coaches,” said Westover.
After both teams traded turnovers, it was Westover capping a brilliant day for another touchdown run for a final 42-6 score.
“This is what we work so hard for and tonight was just an all around team win,” said Flynn.
FM, now 3-2, will have a bye week next weekend then head to Mascoma on Oct. 19 to battle the Royals for a 2 p.m. showdown.