KENOSHA — John Higgins almost rushed his weight Friday night against Kenosha Christian Life.
William Bay’s 230-pound quarterback racked up 203 rushing yards to lead the Bulldogs to a 41-0 victory against the team they beat last year to end their winless streak.
Higgins needed only 16 attempts. Assuming you don’t want to do the math, that means Higgins averaged 12.7 yards per carry.
He added another 127 yards and a TD through the air on 5 of 16 passing.
Adding to the ground attack was Jacob Clark who racked up 78 yards on 17 carries. Higgins scored two TDs on the ground, Clark added another and a third came from Mason Vadermeer.
In all, the Bay ran for 303 yards on 44 attempts, a 7.1 yard average per carry.
Ryan Bonamarte chipped in with a 45-yard punt return for a touchdown and he caught the TD pass from Higgins. Bonamarte also added a 19-yard kickoff return.
Defensively, the Bulldogs held Christian Life to 130 total yards, including only 2.4 yards per rushing attempt.
Higgins filled up the stat sheet on defense, too, adding 12 total tackles from his middle-linebacker position. He was aided by Andrew Breen with 11 tackles, including one for a loss, and Jonah VanVleet with 9 tackles and a sack. VanVleet also added a 37-yard punt.
The Bulldogs went into halftime with a 15-0 lead, but put it totally out of reach with 19 points in the third quarter.
The Bay will host Almond-Bancroft Friday night at 7 p.m. The visitors lost to Fall River 33-20 in its opener.