Governor Mifflin runs away from West York
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A rarity nearly occurred on Friday night between Governor Mifflin and West York.
After Governor Mifflin's Ajay Sczepkowski returned a West York kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, West York's Cadence Thomas followed that with an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. However, Thomas' score was quickly taken off the scoreboard by a penalty flag.
That flag seemed to change the momentum to the Mustangs' favor for good. Governor Mifflin totaled four first-quarter touchdowns and posted three more touchdowns in the second quarter to gain a 42-point lead at halftime, en route to a 49-20 victory.
Austin Baker threw three touchdowns and 127 yards for the Mustangs (5-1). Sczepkowski scored three times, once on the kickoff return and once on a receiving touchdown and once on a rushing touchdown.
Joe King caught two touchdown passes to lead the West York (1-5) offense, and Anton Johnson posted 105 rushing yards and 153 passing yards with three passing touchdowns. He was intercepted twice.
WY -- Andrew LaManna 13 pass from Anton Johnson (Evan Keim kick), 8:45
GM -- Ajay Sczepkowski 85 kick return (Ben Myers kick), 8:33
GM -- Isaac Ruoss 40 run (Myers kick), 4:20
GM -- Sczepkowski 42 pass from Austin Baker (Myers kick), 4:02
GM -- Aaron Grill 15 pass from Baker (Myers kick), 1:51
GM -- Baker 5 run (Myers kick), 8:15
GM -- Sczepkowski 35 run (Myers kick), 4:22
GM -- Grill 48 pass from Baker (Myers kick), 0:06
WY -- Joe King 29 pass from Johnson (Keim kick), 7:06
WY -- King 3 pass from Johnson (kick failed), 3:24
Rushing — GM, Isaac Ruoss 4-59, Aaron Grill 6-77, Austin Baker 7-37, Ajay Sczepkowski 3-64, Donovan Hardy 3-24, Cameron Sanchez 5-18, Kamron Wolfe 2-0, Elijah Mitchell 1-0, Shane Cannon 3-10. WY, Cadence Thomas 6-9, Anton Johnson 12-105, Ay'Juan Marshall 3-5, Nick Spadafora 2-(-5).
Passing — GM, Baker 4-5, Wolfe 0-2, Myers 1-1. WY, Johnson 14-20, Marshall 1-1.
Receiving — GM, Sczepkowski 1-42, Grill 2-63, Tyshaun Weaver 1-7, Brandon Allen 1-5. WY, Andrew LaManna 4-57, Thomas 2-22, Spadafora 2-16, Joe King 6-50, Marshall 1-8.