Warriors dominate Trenton

Woodhaven outpasses, outruns, outscores Trenton 44-12 in Homecoming win

Nicholas Fears, Sports Reporter

The Woodhaven Warriors played an incredible game before a sellout homecoming crowd against the Trenton Trojans.

The Warriors immediately showed out when Ashton Mohlman made a pass to Darion Nundley, scoring a 22-yard TD in the first quarter. The Warriors scored again when Mohlman threw to Ethan Czajkowski and ran in a 2 point conversion for a 14-0 lead, and then again hit Nundley for 6 and Chris Banks made a 2 point conversion to end the half 22-0.

Coming off of halftime, the Warriors kept that same energy and forced Trenton to punt. Running back Devin Henry ran for an 18-yard TD before Mohlman hit Banks again for 2 extra points to bring it to 30-0. Trenton finally got on the scoreboard, but Banks answered with another touchdown pass and Nico Smith kicked the extra point to end the third 37-6.

The fourth quarter didn’t bring better news for the Trojans, as Jacob Navarro made an interception and Devin Henry ran 89 yards for the final touchdown of the game. Smith again added the extra point to bring it to 44-6. Trenton scored again in the final minutes, but it was too little too late. The Warriors ended the night 44-12 to stay undefeated.