Westerville South defeated visiting Worthington Kilbourne 49-6. South continued their dominant start to the season, putting the game out of reach early after racing out to a 28-0 first quarter lead. South controlled the game on both sides of the ball, moving the ball at will and playing tough defense that prevented the Wolves from gaining any momentum. South out gained the Wolves 432 yards to 174 and was strong in both the passing and ground games. For the second consecutive week, Michael Mansaray was a wrecking ball for South, putting up 141 yards on the ground and scoring 5 touchdowns. Mansaray also caught a touchdown to give him 11 total scores through the first two games. Peter Pedrozzo had an efficient night as the signal caller, throwing for 272 yards and two touchdowns while completing 63% of his throws with no turnovers.
Mitchell Tomasek threw for 77 yards and a touchdown for the visiting Wolves and Terrique Gray led their rushing attack with 55 hard fought yards on the ground. Up next for South is a road tilt next Friday at Thomas Worthington while Kilbourne hosts Groveport Madison.