Westminster Christian 69, Inlet Grove 0

Jordan Cronkite paces Westminster Christian’s offense on Inlet Grove


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Hunter Boyett went 9 of 13 through the air for 201 yards and three touchdowns as the Warriors (7-1) dismantled Inlet Grove 69-0 on Friday night.

The Warriors rushed for 212 yards as a team with Jordan Cronkite leading the way with 88 yards on six carries and two scores. Tim Irvin, Oliver Black and Micheal Acoasta each added a rushing touchdown.

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