Warren Hogs Blank Kane in Season Finale; Hurricanes Fall to Tornados

Warren Hogs quarterback Ty Bryan runs for a first down during a game against the Warren Dawgs on Sept. 11, 2022. Photo by Mandie Englert.

SHEFFIELD, Pa. – The Warren Hogs were firing on all cylinders as they rolled to a 20-0 win over visiting Kane in the season finale.

Ty Bryan threw three touchdown passes, two to Wyatt Wilson, and more than 180 yards to lead the offensive attack, while Wilson, Drake Brown, and Tucker Sanford paced the defense.

Bryan and Wilson connected on a slant in the second quarter that Wilson took 35 yards to the house to give the Hogs a 6-0 lead.

The pair hooked up again in the fourth quarter and Wilson fought off multiple defenders to break free for his second 35-yard TD. Bryan hit Parker Kiser for the 2-point conversion and a 14-0 advantage.

On the following possession, the Hogs drove down the field and Bryan hooked up with Kiser on the left side for a 20-yard TD reception to put the final points on the board.

Bryan finished the day with 185 yards passing and 43 yards rushing, 3 TD passes, and a 2-point conversion pass. Thayne Gourley lead the rushing attack with 51 yards rushing, Keegan Weissinger added 8 yards on two carries and Benny Matson added a 3-yard rush.

Willson was the receiving leader with 104 yards and 2 Touchdowns, Kiser added 71 yards receiving, a touchdown, and a 2-point conversion reception, and Weissinger added a 10-yard reception.

Brown led the defense with 6 total tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, while Tucker Sanford and Wilson had 5 tackles a piece. Wilson added a clutch interception and tackle for a loss to his performance. Matthew Morse, Gaven Mealy, and Kiser all had two solo tackles, one of Kiser’s was for a loss. Preston Reuff made a fumble recovery to set up a Hogs touchdown.

SHEFFIELD, Pa. – The Warren Hurricanes faced off against the Kane Tornados Sunday on Wolverine Mountain. Kane came in with a 4-1 record as the second seed and continued their dominance with a 24-0 victory.

On their first possession, it only took one play to put points on the board going up 6-0.

The Hurricane defense just couldn’t hold the Tornados offense the entire game. The Hurricanes gave up a passing touchdown in the second quarter and went into the half down 12-0.

The Tornados scored again on another long run on the left side in the 3rd quarter making the score 18-0. The Tornados punched in the final dagger with a 1-yard rush to seal the game.