Westminster Academy 42, Country Day 3

Defense fuels Westminster Academy past Country Day

 

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Westminster Academy dominated host Miami Country Day en route to a 42-3 win Saturday. The Lions held Country Day 111 total yards.

The Lions were led by quarterback Joe Vairo, who completed 7 of 10 passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns. Brian Sharp, Zack Tilbrook and Ryan Moore each had a touchdown reception.

Westminster Academy will play Archbishop Curley next on Saturday.

WESTMINSTER ACADEMY 42,

MIAMI COUNTRY DAY 3

WAMCD
First downs114
Rushes-yards18-141 31-104
Passing yards7-218 3-7
Passes7-10-03-8-0
Fumbles-lost1-1 1-1

WA 21 21 0 0--42
MCD 3 0 0 0--3

SCORING SUMMARY

WA- Sharp 35 pass (Eakin kick)

MCD- FG

WA- Tilbrook 47 pass (Eakin kick)

WA- Pass (Eakin kick)

WA- Saliba 11 run (Eakin kick)

WA- Moore 63 pass (Eakin kick)

WA- Pass (Eakin kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing (att-yds)--WA:Saliba 3-57, Grey 7-34, Vairo 5-29, Daniels 1-26, James 1(-5).

Passing (comp-att-int, yds)--WA: Vairo 8-10-0, 218.

Receiving (rec-yds-tds)--WA:James 3-47, Daniels 2-26, Moore 1-63-1, Sharp 1-35-1, Tilbrook 1-47-1

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