By Jim Phelps
Friday’s home game for the Fairbury turned out to be a long night on the gridiron for the Jeffs, as Falls City ran wild on the ground racking up over 400 yards.
As the result, the Tigers scored five rushing touchdowns on their way to a 52-20 win.
The visitors struck for a pair of first quarter scores to open a 16-0 lead.
Stoller scored Falls City’s first touchdown on an 18-yard run. Witt ran in the two-point conversion with 5:59 left on the clock.
With under a minute in the first quarter, Witt scored from two yards out. The two-point pass play was successful closing out the scoring in the quarter.
In the 12 minute second quarter, the two teams offenses combined for 48 points with Falls City accounting for 36 points.
Jacob Johnson put Fairbury on the scoreboard with a nine-yard run to the endzone with 8:48 left in the first half.