Hall, Blue Springs dominate Ray-Pec
By Bill Althaus The Examiner
Posted: October 1, 2011 - 2:29 AM
A monstrous performance by the Deiondre Hall and the play of Blue Springs’ two-headed monster helped the Wildcats devour Suburban Big Six rival Raymore-Peculiar on Friday.
Hall caught five passes for 234 yards and turned four of them into touchdowns of 41, 50, 42 and 66 yards as the Wildcats pulled away in the second half for a 50-22 rout of the Panthers at Peve Stadium.
Senior quarterback Kyle Brown completed 5 of 6 passes for 113 yards and connected with Hall on the 41- and 42-yard bombs and junior Wylson Lamb was 2 of 4, throwing the 50 and 66-yard scoring strikes.
“I love my quarterbacks,” Hall said as a youth football team high-fived the senior standout. “Look at Kyle – he’s a warrior. We all respect him and Wylson is great, too.”
Brown entered the noisy locker room with two huge ice packs taped to his broad shoulders as he has battled injuries much of the season.
Brown became a part of Blue Springs lore two weeks ago when he shook off a shoulder injury to throw for four touchdowns and 312 yards in a 44-20 come-from-behind victory over Fort Osage.
“Kyle is the leader of the team,” said Lamb, the heir apparent at quarterback. “Tonight, at halftime he rallied everyone and told us to get going.”
And his teammates listened.
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