West Branch traveled to Dyersville Friday night to take on a Distrct 4 foe, the Beckman Blazers, in a week-nine shootout. On a beautiful night in the northeast part of the state, the Bears kept their three-game winning streak alive and upped it to four with a 48-24 victory.
During the game, West Branch receiver Trey Eagle caught three touchdown passes, which ties a school record, last met earlier this year by Brett Schiele. The Bears tallied 563 yards of offense, which was just seven yards short of a new school record.
More importantly, however, the victory ensured a playoff qualification for West Branch, who were announced as having qualified late Friday night by the IHSAA.
Check out highlights, interviews, and more from the victory below.
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Player of the Game
This week's Main Street Sweets Player of the Game is Matt Paulsen.
Uncommon Play of the Game
This week's Hoover Presedential Foundation's Uncommon Play belongs to Brett Schiele.
Photos courtesy of the West Branch Times.
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Beau Cornwell: 22/31, 331 yards, 4 TD
Trey Eagle: 8 receptions, 118 yards, 3 TD
Tanner Lukavsky: 5 receptions, 100 yards
Brett Schiele: 3 receptions, 50 yards, 1 TD
Tanner Lukavsky: 15 carries, 186 yards, 2 TD
Beau Cornwell: 6 carries, 43 yards
Cameron Howsare: 8.5 tackles, 1 sack
Brett Schiele: 2.5 tackles, 1 INT, 1 TD
John Hatfield: 5.5 tackles
Brad Hunger: 5 tackles