LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ7) -- The Black and Blue bowl was all Blue and a little bit of pink Friday.
Game of the Week: Jefferson Forest at EC Glass
Jefferson Forest came in with a perfect record and EC Glass came to ruin that.
First quarter, the cavs are known for their run game but they're throwing on their first drive and Nathan Pribble is picked off by Return of the Mack Johnson.
Hilltoppers will start off with great field position.
Couple of plays later, it's Ty Foster, Coach Woody said they call him a little He-Man and you can see why. Touchdown Glass and they lead it 7-0.
Next Cavs drive, I promise they run the ball but they're throwing again here and this time Pribble finds a man in a black jersey that's Marvin Blake and that's six. Tie ball game in Lynchburg.
But here come the Hilltoppers, up 21-14 here and that's not enough for Ty Foster. The kid weighs about 180 but runs like he's 230 just running over people into the end zone, 28-14 for the Hilltoppers and they wouldn't stop there.
Dresean Kendrick only has a minute left before the half so he's looking to pass. He escapes and is going to run it instead and look at him go. 50 yards to the crib, that made it 42-14 at the half, Hilltoppers cruised from there to a 63-34 win against their rival.
Another night where everything went right for coach Jeff Woody's team.
"The kids played hard we executed on offense we were able to put a band-aid on that excellent offense for Jefferson Forest."
"We ran the ball well the line was blocking good and we didn't really stop them but we held them to enough points where we could win."
EC Glass head coach Jeff Woody always talks about putting pictures on the wall he wants this team to have their picture hanging up after a state championship, and they had a picture perfect game Friday.
The final score 63-34. Complete domination from start to finish for the Hilltoppers.