The Bellevue West Thunderbirds overpowered the Millard West Wildcats in Friday’s Class A matchup, scoring a 42-7 home victory.
Bellevue West quarterback Luke Johansson had his best game to date with 5 touchdown passes on the night. He threw for 10 of 17 and 258 yards, often throwing in traffic and placing the ball so that his receivers could get open.
— Gophers Forever 😷 (@GophersForever) October 10, 2020
Millard West had opportunities, but the T-Birds capitalized on any mistake. Such as the Nate Pederson 65-yard run that ended in a turnover on downs. The Wildcats have also been fighting through injuries this season, losing their starting QB Jacob Jones to a combination torn ACL and meniscus.
— Jacob (@_Jac0bJ0nes) October 5, 2020
— FauxCoachWoodard (@FauxCoachWoodar) October 10, 2020
In "The best kept secret," Staff Reporter Carson Fox reports on @MillardWestFB senior linebacker James Conway @Jamesconway_13, known not just for his play on the field, but his humility off it. https://t.co/1zQSpiFACI
— MWHSCatalyst (@MWHSCatalyst) October 9, 2020
The Thunderbirds improve to 4-0 and Millard West falls to 1-5.
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