Blazers spoil Worland’s Senior Night

Alex Kuhn/Special to the Telegram Blazer running back Bryan Lemmon pushes off a Worland defender Friday in Worland.

WORLAND – The Torrington Trailblazers jumped on Worland early Friday evening en route to a 42-14 road win over the Worland Warriors.

On the first possession of the game, the Blazers took advantage of a Worland fumble to grab an early 7-0 courtesy of a 1-yard run by Bryan Lemmon.

Torrington added scores on a 6-yard run from Trace English and a 96-yard pass from Casey Britton to Lemmon to bring Torrington’s lead to 21-0.

Worland got on the scoreboard in the second quarter, but the Blazers added two more scores from Lemmon and one from Quentin Meyer to cap off the road win.

As a team, the Blazers racked up 443 yards of offense, including 305 on the ground and 138 through the air.

Individually, Lemmon rushed for 215 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. Josh Posten added 37 yards on six attempts. Britton was 7-of-12 passing for 138 yards and two touchdowns.

Defensively, Torrington limited the Warriors to 277 yards of offense.

The Blazers got fumble recoveries from Rhiley Grubbs, Braden Mechem and Meyer. Grubbs also tallied five assisted stops, while Scott Woodruff led the team with two unassisted stops. Lemmon and Josh Kingsley had a sack each.

The Blazers (7-0 overall and 4-0 in the 3A East) wraps up the regular season on the road at Rawlins (2-5 and 1-3). Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Alex Kuhn/Special to the Telegram Blazer running back Bryan Lemmon pushes off a Worland defender Friday in Worland.


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