Seneca pounds Dwight on Homecoming
SENECA -- It didn't take long for Seneca's defense to set the tone in Friday night's 46-0 Homecoming win over Dwight in the Interstate Eight Conference Small Division.
The Fighting Irish kicked off to Dwight to start the game and, after the Trojans were whistled for an illegal procedure penalty before the first play, the backwards procession continued. Seneca's defensive line poured into the backfield to stop Triston Dircks for a 10-yard loss back to the Dwight five and, after Dircks got a yard back on the next play, the third-down pitchout was fumbled in the end zone and Seneca's Brandon Webb fell on it in the end zone for a touchdown and a 6-0 lead just 1:26 into the game.
"I don't remember exactly what was going through my mind when I saw the ball on the ground," Webb said. "I just fell on it like I have been coached to do. I've never scored a touchdown in high school football, so to get one when I am a senior on Homecoming night is pretty cool."
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