Basha got to the scoring first midway through the first quarter when QB Michael Benjamin hit Stefon Fulce on a short pass inside the 10 yard line to make it 7-0. Benjamin hooked up with A.J. Williams two times on the drive to keep the chains moving and set up the score.
This would be the only score the Bears would end up needing as their defense played a near perfect game.
RB Will Still added his first score of the nightwhen he plunged in near the end of the second quarter. Basha prevailed on this drive as a holding call brought back an Alvin Clark TD run. Score 13-0 Basha.
The Bears got into scoring position again after Quinton Andrews blocked a Westwood punt. Basha would not get any points from the block as Westwood's D stepped up on 4th and 1 inside the 10 and came away with a big stop.
Westwood tried to get some momentum going in the 2nd half as they tried an onside kick to open the 3rd quarter but Basha recovered and went on a drive didn;t result in any points but that ate up much of the 3rd period.
With Westwood's offense not able to get much going, Basha scored two more times before the night was over. Lucas Guevera scored late in the 3rd and Still added another score in the 4th to make the final 27-0 Basha.
Basha made some mistakes and had some penalties that kept Westwood in the game but the Warriors were never able to put together much of a drive offensively.
I will give this to the Basha defense after pitching the shutout.
Basha v. Westwood
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