The fifth-ranked West Bend-Mallard football team lived up to the hype Friday night in Latimer, handing their hosts an 82-6 defeat in eight-man action.
The loss was the CAL’s worst of the season. WB-M averaged just 2.6 plays per scoring drive in the first half and jumped out to a 40-0 first quarter lead. The Wolverines added two punt return touchdowns and scored on a blocked punt to build their lead and put CAL away early.
“We made them earn some things, but then we gave up the big play. Just like all year… and that really hurt us,” said CAL head football coach Scott Striegel.