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Littlestown senior running back Wes Storey rolled up 189 yards and reached the end zone four times to lead the Thunderbolts to a 33-14 win over visiting Biglerville on homecoming at Memorial Field in Littlestown.

Storey got off to somewhat of a slow start, but got things cranked up following Biglerville's Reggie Adams tying the game early with a 70-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.

Littlestown (7-1, 4-1 YAIAA III) went 52 yards in six plays and Storey capped the drive with a 9-yard scoring run. It was the first of four straight touchdowns scored by Storey.

By the time Storey was done finding paydirt after an 86-yard dash down the left sideline midway through the third quarter, the hosts were in front, 33-7.

Storey's backfield mate, senior Drew Matthews, also had a nice night carrying the ball. He ran eight times for 90 yards as the Bolts compiled 328 yards on the ground and totaled 411 yards of total offense.

Adams put a bow on the scoring with a 64-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter and finished with 217 yards rushing on 15 carries. It was the third time that the senior speedster has topped 200 yards on the ground this season. For the year, Adams has rushed for a YAIAA-leading 1,297 yards and has scored 12 times.

Biglerville _0_7_0_7 - _14

Littlestown _7_13_13_0 - _33

First Quarter

Lit - Tyler Barthel 12 pass from Tanner Noble (Devin Gullickson kick) 4:34

Second Quarter

Big - Reggie Adams 70 run (Miles Hughes kick) 9:59

Lit - Wes Storey 9 run (Gullickson kick) 7:38

Lit - Storey 4 run (kick failed) 2:27

Third Quarter

Lit - Storey 1 run (Gullickson kick) 10:53

Lit - Storey 86 run (kick failed) 6:08

Fourth Quarter

Big - Adams 64 run (Hughes kick) 7:13

Team statistics

_Big_Lit

First Downs _9_15

Rushes-Yards _31-241_45-328

Passing _5-9-1_6-12-0

Passing Yards _31_83

Total Yards _272_411

Fumbles-Lost _2-1_1-0

Punts _4-29.3_2-53.5

Penalties _3-21_5-29

Individual statistics

Rushing - Biglerville, Adams 15-217, Hunter Getz 8-17, Hughes 3-17, Denton Showers 2-4, Gabe May 1-0, Ivan Manzo 1-(-3), Derek Tosten 1-(-11). Littlestown, Storey 17-189, Drew Matthews 8-90, Austin Watters 6-15, Corbin Brown 2-12, Barthel 1-12, Heath Reynolds 2-3, Jakob Lane 2-2, Noble 2-2, Anthony Weaver 2-2, Jason Penton 3-1.

Passing - Biglerville, Tosten 5-9-31-1. Littlestown, Noble 6-11-83-0, Lane 0-1-0-0.

Receiving - Biglerville, Chris Runk 3-20, Getz 1-6, Caleb Randoll 1-5. Littlestown, Barthell 4-47, Storey 1-22, Jacob Thomas 1-14.

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