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Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 | 11:59 p.m.
“Ty’Rek’s a freak athlete,” Willis said. “When he gets a head of steam going, he’s hard to bring down.”
Many of the Chargers were hard to bring down Friday, as at least seven players scored touchdowns.
Willis said Milan Dixon ran for two touchdowns, Isaiah Lyles-May had touchdowns receiving and on a punt return, Marquise Stuart and Kareem Warren each returned interceptions for touchdowns, and Aquantay Morris and Omar Arellano each added rushing TDs.
“I think this is probably the fastest team I’ve had since I’ve been at Clark,” Willis said. “We haven’t been real consistent on offense, but we definitely have big-play ability, and that’s served us very well to this point.”
The Chargers improved to 4-3 overall and 3-2 in Division I-A Sunset play.
“We needed a win, obviously. Our league is so tight with everybody together,” Willis said. “We couldn’t afford a loss.
“It was a good team win; we got a lot of our young kids in, got some JV kids in. Hopefully it can help our program in the long run.”
Western dropped to 0-7.