(Anita) CAM scored early and often on their way to a 60-16 win over Stanton in Week 7 of the high school football season.
The Cougars proved to be a notch above the competition and were able put the continuous clock rule into effect with 6:17 left to go in the first half.
Brady Runyan got CAM off to a good start with an interception on Stanton's second play from scrimmage. Runyan was able to convert the turnover into a 1 yard TD run with 8:31 left in the first quarter. Quarterback Trevor McKee's long TD runs in the first quarter widened the margin. McKee scored from 67 and 54 yards out to make it a 24 point game after one quarter. Big plays continued for CAM in the 2nd quarter when McKee found Jarrad Cavin on a 79-yard catch and run to make the score 38-0. Cavin's long interception return for a touchdwon midway through the 2nd increased the lead. Brady Runyan's 2nd TD run of the night, a five yarder, put the halftime score at 46-0. Matthew Williamson provided the fans with a delight following Runyan's third TD run. Williamson, the team's starting right guard, lined up in the backfield and carried the ball across the goal line for a two point conversion. The final CAM score of the night was a 30 yard fumble return by nose guard Tyler Stork. Stanton added two late touchdowns to make the final score 60-16.
CAM improves to 6-2 on the season while Stanton slips to 1-6.
Click here for the postgame comments from CAM coach Joe Wollum