Brook Hill runs wild on T.K. Gorman, 63-0

Brook Hill running back Gunnar Dorsey runs upfield against T.K. Gorman on Friday night in Bullard. (Vanessa Curry | Courtesy Photo)

BULLARD — Another district game, another runaway victory for the Guard.

Bullard Brook Hill rolled up 533 yards of offense in a 63-0 pasting of T.K. Gorman on Friday night at Herrington Field, the school’s third consecutive blowout without allowing a point to open TAPPS Div. III-District 2 play.

The Guard (5-3, 3-0) have outscored their first three league foes 207-0.

Gunnar Dorsey racked up 202 yards on 10 carries with one touchdown to again pace the Brook Hill offense, which averaged 16.1 yards per carry. Dorsey eclipsed 150 yards after his 41-yard touchdown run with 9:37 left in the second quarter, his second straight game to reach the 150-yard plateau.

Guard quarterback Will Weathers did his best Robert Griffin III impression with three touchdowns and one incompletion. The junior signal caller completed 9 of 10 passes for 137 yards while running for 94 yards on five totes, scoring from 5 and 3 yards. 

Travis Pirtle scored three different ways for Brook Hill, first running in from 3 yards, then catching a 7-yard pass from Weathers and finally tossing a 17-yard strike to Garrett Moore. 

Austin Langemeier led all receivers with 69 yards, including a 58-yard scoring strike from Weathers. Moore also caught a 7-yard touchdown from Weathers and hauled in an interception for the game’s lone turnover.

The Crusaders (4-4, 2-1) struggled to run the ball, carrying for 14 yards on 31 attempts (0.5 yards per rush). 

Kevin Johnson hit on 5 of his 13 pass attempts for 75 yards with one interception for Gorman, which finished with 89 total yards of offense. The Crusaders dropped four passes that hit receivers in the hands or chest.

Gorman’s biggest play of the game came on Johnson’s hook-up with Brandon Lackner, who took it 46 yards to the Guard 27 before Pirtle made a saving tackle. The Crusaders reached the 20-yard line, but the drive stalled on a turnover on downs.

The Guard defense has dominated in district play, allowing no points and an average of 21.7 yards per game. 

Dylan Walters led the Gorman rush offense with 32 yards on five carries, all in the second half.

The Guard outgained the Crusaders 354-2 in the first half. Gorman’s only two first downs in the opening half came on Brook Hill face-mask penalties. 

Conrad Flowers punted five times for Gorman — an average of 41.8 yards, one of the few bright spots for the Crusaders.

NOTES: Brook Hill celebrated Senior Night before the game, honoring 17 seniors on the football team.

Bullard Brook Hill 63, T.K. Gorman 0

At Herrington Field, Bullard

Gorman 0  0  0  0  —  0

Brook Hill 21 21 14 7 — 63

First Quarter

BBH—Will Weathers 5 run (Clay Wells kick), 10:18.

BBH—Weathers 3 run (Wells kick), 8:01.

BBH—Garrett Moore 7 pass from Weathers (Wells kick), 4:43.

Second Quarter

BBH—Austin Langemeier 58 pass from Weathers (Wells kick), 11:50.

BBH—Gunnar Dorsey 41 run (Wells kick), 9:37.

BBH—Travis Pirtle 3 run (Wells kick), 1:49.

Third Quarter

BBH—Pirtle 7 pass from Weathers (Wells kick), 5:34.

BBH—Dylan Horinek 16 run (Wells kick), 1:08.

Fourth Quarter

BBH—Moore 17 pass from Pirtle (Wells kick), 4:54.

                TKG         BBH

First Downs 6         23

Rushes-Yards 31-14 23-370

Passing Yards 75         163

Comp.-Att.-Int. 5-13-1 11-14-0

Punts-Avg. 6-40.7 0-0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0         2-0

Penalties-Yards1-15        6-60

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Gorman, Dylan Walters 5-32, Cale Tucker 9-9, Matthew Hillin 3-3, Sam Becker 3-2, Conrad Flowers 1-(-8), Colin Parks 4-(-11), Kevin Johnson 6-(-13). Brook Hill, Gunnar Dorsey 10-202, Will Weathers 5-94, Michael Greening 4-58, Dylan Horinek 2-21, Travis Pirtle 2-(-5).

PASSING—Gorman, Johnson 5-13-1—75. Brook Hill, Weathers 9-10-0—137, Pirtle 2-4-0—26.

RECEIVING—Gorman, Connor Hobbes 2-14, Brandon Lackner 1-46, Max McKinley 1-9, Tucker 1-6. Brook Hill, Garrett Moore 3-31, Pirtle 3-17, Austin Langemeier 2-69, Jared Dickey 1-24, Horinek 1-13, Grant Hanks 1-9.

 

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