The Farmington Knights closed the regular season with a 49-14 home win over Central. However the Rebels took the first lead of the game on their first drive…
Dayshawn Welch led all rushers with 20 carries, 128 yards and both Rebel touchdowns.
Farmington took control of the game at the end of the second quarter and beginning of the third. Judd Cunningham tackled Welch on both 3rd and 4th and short with just under 4:00 left in the first half. The Knights then turned that into a touchdown to go up two scores..
Farmington took the football to start the second half. Files threw a 56 yard touchdown pass to Royce Harris and then the Knights gained all the separation they’d need on special teams….
The Knights tacked on additional points with a 21 yard touchdown pass to Eli Lamb and one yard plunge from Brady Cook. Farmington held a decisive advantage in field position. Coach Erik Kruppe credited good special teams play…
Farmington quarterback Kaden Files ran for 110 yards on nine carries and passed only twice; both went for touchdowns. The Knights scored their 49 points in running only 28 offensive plays.
Central Coach Kory Schweiss talks about when the game turned…
7-2 Farmington is ranked 10th in Class Four and they will district play as the number one seed at home against Windsor. Central closes the regular season at 6-3 and will host Dexter as the number two seed in Class Three District One.