Vincent - Warren’s senior night here Friday didn’t go as planned as a clash between Division IV, Region 15 foes ended with a dominating 42-10 triumph by Cambridge.
The No. 11 Bobcats, now 5-3 with a home game next Friday versus Marietta, got the fireworks going with an Owen Feldner 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to open the affair.
Due to Mother Nature, the contest started an hour later than expected, but the Warriors were never able to get on track.
Head coach Matt Kimes watched his team make six total turnovers and that included when Bobcat Davion Jeffrey picked off Trent Taylor after the Warriors gained a first down on their opening drive. The pass went off the hands of a receiver right to Jeffrey.
A short 30-yard scoring drive was capped in five plays by Caden Kenworthy’s 1-yard plunge and a 14-0 advantage with 8:06 left in the first following Lucas Parsons’ extra point. Kenworthy finished with game-highs of 24 rushes and 161 yards.
Cambridge took advantage of a bad handoff on Warren’s very next play as Jayden Shaffer recovered. A pair of personal fouls on the Warriors made it first-and-goal at the 5 and Kenworthy bulled in to make it 21-0 at the 7:49 mark.