BASSETT — The Wolfpack football team showed their like for “goose eggs” Thursday night, shutting out North Central 42 to 0.
Claiming their fourth victory of the season, the victory marked the first time this year the defense has prevented an opponent from reaching the end zone. The Wolfpack offense continues it manhandling of opponent defenses, jumping out to a quick lead and then adding on touchdowns the rest of the game.
The Wolfpack lit up the scoreboard less than three minutes after the opening kickoff. Senior Andrew Fangman scored the first of four touchdowns on the night with an 18-yard run. He finished the game with 178 yards rushing on 32 carries. So far this season, he has rushed for 1,024 yards in just five games.
The Wolfpack’s second touchdown on the night came via the air. Senior Seth Schumacher connected with Dylan Behnk for a 32-yard scoring strike. Fangman’s two-point conversion made the score 14 to 0 with 4:25 left in the first quarter.
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