MOORCROFT – Southeast senior running back Ryan Clapper ran for five touchdowns and 322 yards on Friday evening as the Cyclones routed the Moorcroft Wolves 54-16 on Friday evening.
It took only 15 seconds into the game for Clapper to bust a 70-yard run and put Southeast in front.
The lead proved to be short-lived though, as Moorcroft countered with a three-play drive and 75-yard touchdown run of their own.
On Southeast’s second drive, it went only two plays before Clapper went 61 yards for his second score of the game.
The score was the start of six unanswered touchdowns by Southeast.
The Cyclones got one more score in the first quarter courtesy of a 12-yard run by senior running back Cord Herring to put Southeast in front 22-8 after 12 minutes of play.
In the second quarter Clapper and Herring added two more rushing scores in the second quarter, pushing the lead to 38-8 at halftime.
In the third, Clapper added to his rushing totals with touchdown runs of 15 and 59 yards, pushing the lead to 54-8 heading into the final 12 minutes.
With 3:55 left in the game, the Wolves found the end zone one more time to close out the game.
In addition to Clappers 322 yards, Herring added 53 yards on six carries. Logsdon passed only once in the game, completing the pass for 11 yards to junior Austin Short.
Defensively, junior Wyatt Campbell led the team with 6.5 tackles, including five solo stops. Sophomore Matthew Chapman tallied two tackles for loss.
The win snaps a two-game skid, improving the Cyclone record to 2-3 overall and 2-1 in the 9-Man East Conference. Southeast hosts Saratoga (3-2 and 1-2) on Friday. Kickoff is at 6 p.m.