Danvers increased its lead to 13-0 early in the second quarter on a 73-yard, 10-play drive, with Andreas keeping it for his second rushing TD of the game. By halftime the Falcons were up 20-0 after Cordoba’s 1-yard touchdown run. That score was set up by an Andreas-to-Cris Valles 58-yard strike.
“We came out an installed a new spread offense that worked unbelievably well,” said Andreas. “Our hurry-up is also something new. We were a well-oiled machine tonight, a two-headed monster. Our offensive line did a great job; they made everything possible. My receivers ran great routes and changed things up to make plays.”
“This wasn’t a playoff game, but we followed the mentality of our coach,” added Andreas. “He always says to never quit, always continue to play hard. Football is the game of life; you have to keep trying to do your best no matter what. We want to keep winning the rest of the way and put together a great season.”
Wilmington is a running team, but the Falcons’ defensive line did an outstanding job containing the rush. Middle linebacker Joe O’Donnell led the Falcons’ defense with three big hits in the backfield.