Adam Reno has had quite the season for the North Callaway varsity football team, and last Friday at Bowling Green, 3-5 overall, 3-3 EMO, in Eastern Missouri Conference competition the running back only got better.
While the four touchdowns and 28 carries were both impressive marks, it was the school-record 337 rushing yards that stood out the most for the Thunderbird's, 7-1 overall, 6-0 EMO, a performance the squad piggybacked onto en-route to claiming a 48-7 victory.
"Our line was having problems picking up their stunts, but Reno did a good job breaking tackles to get into the open field," said coach Kevin O'Neal.
NC 2:26- Reno, 40 yard run, PAT Tully Thomsen good, 7-0
NC 8:21- Reno, 4 yard run, PAT Thomsen good, 14-0
NC 6:41- Reno, 69 yard run, PAT Thomsen good, 21-0
NC 3:37- Thomsen 49 yard pass to Jordan Delashmutt, PAT no good, 27-0
BG 3:24- Austin Callahan 75 yard pass to Noah Paffert, PAT George Neimeyer good, 27-7
NC 10:01- Reno, 42 yard run, PAT Thomsen good, 34-7
NC 6:18- Thomsen 36 yard pass to Delashmutt, PAT good, 41-7
NC 7:11- Bradley Berry, 9 yard run, PAT Thomsen good, 47-7
BG- 18 carries, minus-16 rushing yards, 176 passing yards
NC- 342 rushing yards
Thomsen, 4-10 passing, 103 yards, 2 int., 2 TD, 6-for-7 PAT
Berry, 3 carries, 6 yards, 2 TD
Delashmutt, 2 rec., 85 yards, 2 TD
Dawson Wright, 1 int.
North Callaway hosts Montgomery County for an EMO game on Friday.