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It could have been a trap game for Coach Ryan Hebard’s Knoxville Blue Bullets on Friday night at Dennis Larson Field as they tried to solidify their playoff position.
What it turned out to be was a rout of the Peoria Heights Patriots, as the Bullets completed their regular season with a 60 26 shellacking of the visitors for their seventh victory in a row.
“We’ve come a long way since the start of the season, ” Hebard said. “Tonight we executed very well taking advantage of the situation as we battled to get to seven wins.”
Knoxville took advantage from the start. After deferring to the second half https://www.patriotsnefans.com/laadrian-waddle-jersey-c-2.html, the Bullets held the Patriots 1 8 to a three and out and were off and running, literally. In three running plays, all resulting in first down, Knoxville scored in just 46 seconds as DaNeil Waters sprinted 10 yards to pay dirt and with a two point conversion run it was 8 0 with eight minutes to play in the first quarter.
The Bullets added two more scores in the first. One came on a 27 yard run by Seth Clay and the other on a 19 yard return of a Patriot fumble by Dash Loving.
“Our execution tonight was really sharp,” Hebard said. “We work really hard this week to get off to a fast start.”
Knoxville certainly did that.
Leading 24 0 at the start of the second quarter, the Bullets added four more scores before halftime to take a 54 6 lead at the break.
First, Kage Leab capped a short drive after the Knoxville defense stopped the Patriots inside their 35 yard line on fourth down with a three yard run. Then after Peoria Heights finally got on the board with just under five minutes to halftime, the Bullets scored twice in the space of two minutes to make it 30 points in the quarter.
Leab raced 32 yards for one while Loving scored from three yards. With his offense dominating the line of scrimmage and his defense harassing Patriots quarterback Damon Finney https://www.patriotsnefans.com/rob-ninkovich-jersey-c-3.html, Hebard began substituting liberally in the second quarter.
With the 48 point lead, the second half was played with a running clock. Taking the second half kickoff, the Bullets moved 61 yards in just six plays with sophomore Zach Dean scoring from five yards out to make it 60 6.
With the second and third units on the field for Knoxville Vincent Valentine Jersey, Peoria Heights scored three touchdowns, the last two after the Bullets fumbled twice in the fourth quarter, to make the final count 60 26.
Nine different ball carriers had a piece of the action for the Bullets. That included their all conference back Case Hennefent who lugged the leather twice for 22 yards. Leading the ground attack was Leab with 94 yards on five carries https://www.patriotsnefans.com/ryan-allen-jersey-c-4.html, Dean with 64 on seven carries and Waters with 59 yards on five carries.
The Patriots managed just 43 yards on the ground with most of their yardage coming through the air. Finney, a junior completed 11 of 17 but eight of the completions came against Knoxville’s reserves when the game was out of reach.
“Our goal after the 0 2 start was to make the playoffs and secure a home game in the first round, ” Hebard said. “That didn’t change as we kept getting better and better. Now we’ll have to wait and see if the 7 2 mark is good enough to get the game here. It’s up to the IHSA.”