By now, each soccer fan in Berks County is aware of Gov. Mifflin junior Nick Singleton is a risk to attain any time he touches the soccer.
Friday evening at Daniel Boone, Singleton’s backfield mates, Brandon Strausser and Trey Rock, confirmed they’ve that functionality as effectively.
The trio mixed for 300 yards on the bottom and 7 touchdowns to hold undefeated Gov. Mifflin to a 54-13 win over Daniel Boone in a Berks Soccer League Part 1 sport.
They did that on a complete of simply 17 carries.
“They take turns, they’re selfless,” stated Gov. Mifflin coach Jeff Lang. “They’re rooting for one another.”
A few of these cheers got here from a distance as every of the three operating backs scored from greater than 40 yards out because the Mustangs (3-0 Berks 1, 5-0) downed the Blazers (1-2, 2-3).
Strausser’s lengthy TD run coated 53 yards after he earlier ran 25 yards for the sport’s fist rating.
Rock had a 41-yard TD run to go along with a 1-yard plunge.
Singleton broke a 62-yarder for a rating to go along with scoring runs of 24 and 4 yards.
“My linemen did job blocking, my receivers did job and my coaches made the best calls,” Singleton stated.
Singleton completed with 138 yards on eight carries. Strausser had 91 yards on simply three rushes and Rock ran six instances for 71 yards.
“Nick’s a really explosive younger man,” Lang stated. “He simply runs violently.”
It was greater than sufficient to overwhelm the Blazers, who misplaced their third straight after getting off to a 2-0 begin.
Daniel Boone received a pair of area targets from Nate Willard, together with a 38-yarder that had loads of distance to spare. Xavier Coleman scored on a 9-yard run within the fourth quarter for the Blazers.
Gov Mifflin tacked on a late landing when backup quarterback Delsin McNeil threw a 20-yard cross to Braylon Stewart.
The Mustangs have gained all 5 of their video games by greater than 40 factors as they head into the common season finale subsequent Friday in opposition to Berks Catholic.