Both offenses shined in Manchester, but West Delaware shined brighter in a 48-36 victory over Crestwood Friday night.
The game started with a good bounce for the Hawks as Crestwood could not handle the opening kickoff.
Nathan Wegmann covered it, and West Delaware began the game on offense.
They would convert the turnover into points as Coy Roussell would score, thanks to a big push from the offensive line, and the Hawks would lead 7-0.
On the Hawks second drive, Timmy Tutton would score on a 15-yard TD run to make it 14-0 WD.
As Crestwood tried to get moving, Jared Bergan would get stripped of the ball by Michael Lensch, and Lensch took it down the sidelines and in for the score to make it 21-0.
In the 2nd quarter, the Cadets would get on the board with a long TD pass from Spencer Bohr to Tristan Bohr to make it 21-7.
After a Hawks fumble, Matthew Cuvalier would convert a turnover into points with a nice run to make it 21-14.
Both teams would trade TDs before halftime.
In the 3rd quarter, West Delaware would score on the first possession of the second half to make it 35-21, and they would make that lead hold up as they win 48-36.