Warriors end season with 29-point win


Photo: Westbrook Christian’s Ethan Daffron, Brody Blevins and Eggo Alabassi (pictured, from left) bring down White Plains’ Phil Holloway during the Warriors’ 45-16 win in high school football on Nov. 3 in Anniston. (Courtesy of Grant Campbell)

Westbrook Christian clinched its fifth non-losing season in the past six years with a 45-16 win over White Plains on Nov. 3 in Anniston.
For the Warriors (5-5), Hunter Arnold rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. Drew Whittemore added 51 yards and a score on six attempts.
Bo Kilgo was 7 for 13 in passing for 161 yards and three touchdowns. Lamycal Mitchell had three receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown, while Cooper Greer and Brodie Johnson each caught two passes.
Max Legg led the way defensively with 17 tackles, followed by Brody Blevins with 14 (three for a loss), Titus Jones with 12 (three for a loss), Eggo Alabassi with 10 (three for a loss), Jake Haney with eight, Brodey Wood with seven and Kilgo with five.
Alabassi and Blevins each had an interception, while Alabassi and Haney both had a sack. Blevins also had three pass break-ups.


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