Every game the Centralia varsity football team has played this season has been against fellow Clarence Cannon Conference members, making Brookfield the fourth league team to fall, this time by a score of 48-7 at home last Friday.
Running over and through the competition for 198 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries was Tyler Dorman, complimenting that effort with 157 yards on the ground with one score on eight carries was Trey Owens and Kaiden Davenport ran the ball six times for 66 yards and two touchdowns. Clayton Simkins also completed 3-of-4 passes for 30 yards, Gus Stidham had six carries for 54 yards and a score and Jared Holman made a 14-yard catch.
Because the Panthers ran the ball for 503 yards and held Brookfield to 199 total yards, that also required performance's like Grafton Littrell's 12 tackles, one sack and one interception, Chris Hicks made seven defensive stops and making five tackles each were Bradley Kaiser, Stidham and Dorman.
Special Teams proved to be Dorman's domain, as well, making 6-of-7 extra points and punting once for 40 yards.
Once the first quarter of this game ended tied at 7-7, Centralia scored 21 in the second and 20 in the third to drop Brookfield's record to 1-3 overall, 1-2 CCC.
Centralia, 4-0 overll, 4-0 CCC, is at South Shelby on Friday.