Eagles football shows off offensive power in North Union walloping

Brayden Leerar steps back to pass in West Hancock's win over North Union on Friday. 

Photo by Mariah Hagen

          Class A top-ranked West Hancock football showed it’s might once again in a dismantling of North Union in Armstrong on Friday.

            The game finished with a score of 62-8.

            “Once we get rolling, man, things go pretty well,” coach Mark Sanger said. “They took care of business right away [this game].”

            The Eagles got it done on the ground, as per usual.

            The team boasted three 100-yard rushers in a 523 total yard performance.

            The three-headed monster of Tate Hagen, Cole Kelly and Josef Smith all had their time to shine, showing why West Hancock is so dangerous to face when they have the ball in their hands.

            “We can keep defenses honest, if when we can attack all parts of the field,” Sanger said. “If they want to take away one [option], we just go another way with another.”

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