Chippewa Hills 51 Fremont 26
Chippewa Hills scored on a 19 yard pass a 70 yard punt return and on runs of 3 and 62 yards.
All in the first quarter.
The Packers got some long awaited offensive output Thursday night but the Warriors scored early and often to take the CSAA Gold opener for both schools.
After two quick scores by CH, Riley Krim picked off a Warrior pass and returned it for a touchdown before making it 12-7 with a successful conversion. The visitors ran off another 19 straight points before Krim found paydirt again courtesy of a Caleb Koomen pass that led to a 59 yard score and another Krim conversion and it looked like the teams would be headed to intermission at 31-14.
Not so fast. The Warriors scored again in less than a minute and halftime arrived with the Pack down 37-14.
The teams each scored a pair of touchdowns in the third with Krim hauling in two more Koomen passes.
Koomen led the Packers in rushing with 87 yards while completing 10 passes for 257 yards with 3 TDs and 3 interceptions and Krim was on the receiving end of 216 of those yards.
On defense Parker Dalton and Koomen each finished with a half dozen solo tackles with Chaz Wheater and Garrett Visscher collecting 4 apiece.
Wyoming Lee 48 White Cloud 0
In four previous seasons the Rebels have won a grand total of 2 games while falling short in 34. During that streak they have lost 3 of those 34 games to the Indians.
Thursday night they blasted past the Cloud to begin their season 2-0 as they prepare to do battle in the OK Silver where they will be looking for their first conference win since 2012.
Meanwhile White Cloud will enter league play next week against Lakeview seeking their first conference win since 2009.
Alex Doke led the Indians running the ball 18 times for 93 yards. Kevin Arnold completed 6 of 17 passes for a total of 53 yards with 1 interception.