Jack Eddy, Waubonsie Valley too tough for Streamwood

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Waubonsie Valley took nothing for granted and scored on its first six possessions to lead 42-0 at halftime and earn a running clock for the second half in a 56-7 rout of Streamwood.


The Warriors went 62 yards on six plays on the opening drive of the game, scoring a touchdown on a 41-yard pass from Jack Eddy to Christian Gibbs.


Eddy threw for three touchdowns and ran for another. He completed 4-of-5 passes, including touchdown tosses of 41 and 65 yards to Gibbs. Eddy added a three-yard score.


Waubonsie outgained the Sabres 253-21 in the first half. Tony Durns had a team-high 73 yards rushing, including touchdown runs of 14 and seven yards.


“We came out and did our job (Friday). A shout-out to our offensive line. They work their tails off. And [Gibbs] is amazing. I know I just have to put the ball out there and he is going to go get it.” — Eddy

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