Seneca’s junior varsity football team is showing the kind of spirit and intensity for which the school is known.
The Indians wasted no time in dominating the Cubans on the road last week defeating their hosts 58-0.
Seneca led Cuba City 32-0 after the first quarter. They scored four touchdowns and converted four two-point conversions in the first quarter.
“We started the game with two quick touchdowns and never gave up,” Seneca coach Justin Goodrich said later. “Our defense forced Cuba City into six turnovers. We dominated both sides of the line the entire game.”
The Indians scored their first touchdown on a 40-yard run by Ian Joy and quickly followed with a 36-yard return of an interception by Brady Ferretted for the second touchdown. Joy scored the third touchdown on a three-yard run and then Nathan Withey recovered a fumble for the fourth touchdown of the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Ian Joy added another touchdown on a three-yard run and with the two-point conversion, the Indians led 40-0 at halftime.
The Indians added three more touchdowns in the second half and failed on all three conversions. Freshman quarterback Gavin Greene started the second half scoring with a 35-yard run for a touchdown. Then, Fernette scored another touchdown in the fourth quarter on a two-yard run. Tyler Zach scored the final touchdown of the game on a four-yard run.
Greene was 2-7-1 passing for a total of 57 yards. Eric Konichek caught one pass for 42 yards and Fernette caught the other for 15 yards.