By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | November 12, 2011
A 21-point second quarter doomed Canton as they fell to Line Mountain 38-0 in Class A, District Four football action Friday.
Despite the score the game was close yardage wise as Line Mountain edged Canton 263 total yards to 252 with the Warriors out pacing them on the ground 201-152 yards.
Canton did have three turnovers in the game, though, while the Eagles had none.
The Eagles led 7-0 after the opening quarter as Marty Beninsky scored on a 22-yard run.
Then in the second he had two touchdown passes, the first a 6-yard strike to Tyler Bonawitz, then a 14-yard strike to Dillan Michael.
Kyle Troutman had a 5-yard run to make it 28-0 Line Mountain at the break.
In the third Michael took the opening kick-off 88 yards to pay dirt, making it 35-0 Eagles. Kicker Austin Snyder booted a 27 yard field goal in the third to make it a 38-0 final.
For Canton, Jordan Campbell was the top rusher with 68 yards on 15 carries while Ben Pepper had 63 yards on eight touches. Wes Moore added 42 yards on eight carries with Scott Rockwell rushing for 31 yards on eight touches.
Pepper was 6-for-12 for 51 yards through the air with one pick.
Rockwell and Moore had two catches each, Moore for 12 yards while Rockwell had 11. Campbell also had a 20 yard catch while Ryan Ball had one grab for eight yards.
Tourtman led Line Mountain with 109 yards on the ground off 13 carries while through the air Beninsky was 13-for-16 for 111 yards. Michael was his favorite target, he had four catches for 30 yards.