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Andover football shuts down Goddard with dominant defense

Published: Oct. 21, 2021 at 11:01 PM CDT
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WICHITA, Kan. (Catch it Kansas) - Andover football traveled to Goddard on Thursday night and came away with a 49-13 win to end the regular season 6-2.

The Trojans defense kept the Lions from converting on downs and putting together consistent drives. With at least four interceptions, Andover’s defense was able to keep Goddard off the scoreboard into the third quarter with a score of 43-0.

Trojans punched through a field goal for the first points of the game to go up 3-0 after seven and a half minutes into the game.

Colton Watkin’s pass was tipped by Josh Wolfe and Matt Rudy grabbed it, taking it back the other way for the pick six. Trojans went up 10-0.

Next Lions drive, Watkins was intercepted again but this time it was Wolfe. He was tackled down at about the thirty-yard line. That turnover would lead to another Andover field goal to make it a 13-0 game. Wolfe would have a second interception before halftime.

One of Watkins’ passes went through Graceson Littleton’s hands and straight into Quintin Born’s hands for the third Goddard turnover of the half. That would set up another scoring play with Jayden Miller running up the middle and plunging into the endzone. Andover took a 20-0 lead.

A pass to Ryan Bay in the flat and he took it outside and down the sideline. He weaved in and out of defenders till he found the endzone but the Trojans missed the 2-point conversion to put Andover up 26-0.

Another touchdown to Bay before halftime, Andover took a 36-0 lead into the locker room. Goddard goes 0-8 on the season, not winning a single game.

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