By Roger Propst

On a hot Monday evening at Red Devil Stadium, 90 degrees plus at game time, the Williamstown JV's scored early and often in taking down the Calhoun Jr. Varsity by a score of 40-14.

After receiving the opening kickoff, Calhoun fumbled the snap on the 1st play from scrimmage and Williamstown recovered at the Red Devil 20-yard line.

A pass on the 1st play was good for the touchdown, and Yellowjackets were on the board with only 17 seconds off the clock. The kick for the extra point was good and the score stood at 7-0 Williamstown.

Calhoun could not move the football and were forced to punt.

The teams then traded turnovers, Williamstown lost a fumble, but the Red Devils turned it back over on a pass interception at the Jacket's 37-yard line.

Williamstown then moved down the field, scoring on a run up the middle from 24 yards out. The extra point kick was no good and the score was 13-0 with 2:49 remaining in the 1st Quarter.

The Red Devils recovered a Jacket fumble early in the 2nd quarter and picked up a 1st down on 3rd down completion from Gungle to Austin Moore, but were forced to turn over the ball on downs when a 4th and one came up short at the 45 yard line.

The Jackets then moved for another touchdown, the score coming on a run from the 6 yard line at the 4:09 mark of the 2nd Quarter. The extra point was good and the score was 20-0.

On its next possession Calhoun would again lose the ball on a fumble at its own 45.

Williamstown took advantage and scored with 1:29 remaining in the half and with the extra point kick being good, led the game at halftime 27-0.

After another Williamstown touchdown and extra point in the 3rd quarter, Calhoun's Nick Stevens turned the corner at his own 16 yard line and scampered down the sideline 84 yards for the score.

The two point conversion attempt was stopped, and the score was 34-6 with 1:38 remaining in the 3rd quarter.

Williamstown would tack on another early in the 4th quarter along with a kick for the extra point to take the score to 40-6. The Red Devils were not done yet however, as they scored on a 4th and 13 deep in Yellowjacket territory on a pass from Gungle to Tyler Bennett.

The other big play in the drive was a 25 yard pass, Gungle to Dillon Mefford. The two point conversion was good and the score was 40-14 when the game ended.

Although outmanned in both numbers and size, Calhoun played hard the whole game. Caden Arnold, Dillon Mefford, and John Phillips led the team in tackles on the hot night at Mt. Zion.