No one could stop the Luke Morgan to Austin Wolfe show as the duo staked Lebanon (3-0) to a big first half lead over Greenville (0-3) and stay unbeaten to start 2012. Wolf caught eight passes for 181 yards with four touchdown receptions and 265 all-purpose yards. The Cincinnati-bound receiver has 12 receptions for 314 yards with six touchdowns in the Warriors last two contests. Morgan was equally impressive going 11/21 for 253 yards through the air, 74 more on the ground with the four scoring tosses and no interceptions. The senior has thrown for 250 yards in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.
Ryan Eldridge ran for a career and game high 158 yards and two scores including a 98-yard touchdown scamper for the Green Wave. A defensive bright spot for Greeenvile was sophomore linebacker, Bryce Jenkinson who recorded 14 total tackles to give him 40 for the season.
The Warriors have won seven straight tilts dating back to last season. They are 3-0 for the first time since 2008.
Lebanon can put a nail in the coffin of Centerville’s (1-2) post-season hopes with a home win next
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