Quince Orchard, which is in the playoffs for the ninth straight year, outgained the host Owls by 393 yards to 319.  But Westminster managed to score more points against the vaunted Cougar defense in one quarter than any of Quince Orchard’s 12 previous opponents had been able to do in a single game.  The Owl defense was also stout, surrendering just 21 points to a team that had averaged 40.5 points per game.

“I hurt for our guys,” said an emotional Wilson. “We had an opportunity to win it.  It will be really tough saying goodbye to our seniors.  That’s what made this group special.”

The most prolific offense in Westminster history set several state and county records.  In addition to establishing a new state single-season mark for touchdown passes with 63, Kern’s 3,889 passing yards easily shattered the previous county record of 3,335 set by former Owl quarterback Kevin Clancy in 2005. 

Bean’s county-record 1,044 receiving yards were just three yards more than Owl great Ryan Payne accumulated seven years ago.  Clifton (1,029 yards) and Metcalf (989 yards) rank third and fourth all-time among the county’s single-season receiving yardage leaders.


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Quince Orchard 21, Westminster 19

                                    1            2            3            4            F

Quince Orchard            7            7            7            0         21

Westminster                 0        19            0            0         19

 

Quince Orchard – Matt Choi 1 run (Jake Barkdoll kick)

Quince Orchard – Matt Choi 4 run (Jake Barkdoll kick)

Westminster – Garrett Bean 41 pass from Deryk Kern (Justin Cohen kick)

Westminster – Dan Johnson 2 run (kick blocked)

Westminster – Bradley Metcalf 4 pass from Deryk Kern (pass failed)

Quince Orchard – Elliott Davis 83 pass from Matt Choi (Jake Barkdoll kick)

 

Rushing

Quince Orchard – Matt Choi 23-115, Kiano Wilder 16-81, D’Andre Johnson 8-38, Tyrell Williams 1-(-4)

Westminster – Deryk Kern 11-20, Dan Johnson 6-15, Bradley Metcalf 2-7

 

Passing

Quince Orchard – Matt Choi 9-27-2; 163 yards

Westminster – Deryk Kern 25-43-2; 277 yards

 

Receiving

Quince Orchard – Elliott Davis 2-98, D’Andre Johnson 3-25, Malcolm Brown 2-23, Tyrell Williams 1-9, Barry Avissar 1-8

Westminster – Garrett Bean 7-96, Darius Clifton 7-82, Bradley Metcalf 6-85, Dan Johnson 5-14