Bellows Falls runs past OV football

BRANDON — Visiting Bellows Falls rolled to a 58-21 victory over the Otter Valley Union High School football team on Saturday in the Otters’ homecoming game.
The Terriers took a 14-0 lead in the Division II matchup on their first two possessions, but OV answered with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Rowe to Nate Hudson, a play set up by a long completion to Dylan Mackie.
The Otters then recovered an onside kick, but failed to move the ball, and the Terriers regained momentum and piled on 23 unanswered points before halftime.
Nathaniel Blake scored two second-half touchdowns for the Otters, one on a 75-yard kickoff return and one on a 15-yard run.
Terrier back Jed Lober ran for 94 yards and two TD, quarterback Griffin Waryas threw a 60-yard TD pass and ran for a score, Brady Clark ran for 87 yards, and Julian Christianson rushed for 60 yards and a score as the Otters could not contain the 4-1 Terriers’ offense. The Bellows Falls defense also sacked Rowe five times.
The Terriers host Mount Abraham/Vergennes on Saturday afternoon, and at the same time the 1-4 Otters will entertain Mount Anthony.

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