The visiting Jaguars (6-2, 3-0) took over sole possession of first place in the NBL-Oak with a landslide 35-0 victory over the Vikings (3-4, 1-2) on Friday night.
“We are in control of our own destiny in league,” Windsor coach DJ Sexton said. “We are in the driver’s seat if we take care of business.”
The Jaguars had 450 yards of total offense (350 in the air and 100 on the ground) while holding the Vikings to around 200 yards of total offense.
Windsor started off the game with a bang with a first-quarter trick-play touchdown. Quarterback Judson Anderson (13-of-17 for 297 yards with one touchdown and one interception) threw a backward pass to brother and receiver Hayden Anderson, who in turn threw a 56-yard touchdown to wide open receiver Kienan McAllister (seven catches for 172 yards) for the score.
Up 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, the Jaguars tacked on three more touchdowns in the second quarter for a 28-0 halftime cushion to put the game away.
Second-quarter Windsor scores came on a 61-yard touchdown pass from Judson Anderson to Hayden Anderson, a 3-yard scamper by Wyatt Morris and a 15-yard run by Hayden Anderson. Max McFerren scored on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter to round out the Jaguars’ scoring.
“Montgomery did a really good job stopping our running game and kind of forced us to pass. It actually worked out even better for us,” Sexton said. “It was a big-play game.”
The Vikings had no answers on offense against the Windsor defense.
“We forced a few turnovers,” Sexton said. “We took away Montgomery’s run game.”
Windsor plays at Analy next Friday.