Lebanon Reporter

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August 18, 2012

Zionsville dominates Bronchos

Lafayette — Senior Parker Dunshee started the game on fire throwing seven straight completions sparking the Eagles to a 14-0 first quarter lead.

The Eagles would continue this domination and win their first game of the year at Lafayette Jefferson 41-14.

Coach Larry McWhorter said the offense looked great.

“I was really excited about our offense,” McWhorter said. “They came out really sharp for our first game. We had a game plan and it all worked just like we drew it up. It was really nice to watch.”

Dunshee, who threw for four touchdowns, agreed.

“We came out offensively and really set the tone,” Dunshee said. “We’re excited about the way we played defensively making big plays. That was huge for us.”

The Eagles came out and threw the ball the entire length of the field on their first possession before Dunshee connected with senior wide receiver John Naumcheff on a six-yard touchdown pass.

Dunshee said he was not surprised with how the Eagles came out.

“We saw on film that there were going to be opportunities to make big plays,” Dunshee said. “So we capitalized on those a lot.”

And the Eagles offense would not stay off the field long because Joshua Woodard intercepted Broncho quarterback Matt Johnson giving the Eagles the ball at the Jefferson 13 yard-line.

It would take only one pass from Dunshee to Naumcheff to make the score 14-0 with 6:55 remaining in the first quarter.

For more of this story, read Saturday’s Lebanon Reporter.

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