Defense keys WW South rout of Dunbar

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Isaiah Campos returned from an injury layoff and ran 13 times for 73 yards and three touchdowns as the No. 14 Tigers rolled to a 48-16 win over Dunbar Friday night in a Class 7A opener at Gately Stadium. WW South (8-2) plays Downers North in the second round. Dunbar (8-2) returns to the Public League playoffs next week.


Already up 21-0, WW South picked off Dunbar quarterback Jayton Dorsey (9 of 22, 121 yards, 1 TD, 3 interceptions) on consecutive plays from scrimmage in the second quarter. Ben Jackson had a pick-six and Jake Kyllonen’s interception set up Campos’ third touchdown run, a three-yarder that made it 35-0 with 9:21 left in the first half.


WW South quarterback Ryan Graham ran six times for 62 yards and a touchdown, and was 2-of-3 passing for 42 yards. Tight end Connor Ostrander had both receptions.


Dunbar’s Demoria Harris ran 10 times for 45 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 61 yards. Zach Moberg added 41 yards on seven carries for WW South, while Michael Horton (2 carries, 29 yards) and Jon Johnson (5 carries, 30 yards) also had touchdown runs.


“[Coach Ron] Muhitch told us they were going to be a really fast team and really physical. He talked to the O-line and the offense and said we had to come out and be even more fast, even more physical. … Wecame out and showed them we could control the line of scrimmage.” — Campos

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