WARREN, Pa. – Kane’s defense continued its scoreless streak as the visiting Tornadoes topped the Warren Dawgs, 14-0 on Saturday.
The game marked Kane’s second consecutive shutout, and the Tornadoes outscored their last two opponents, 47-0.
Neither team was able to get much going in the first half. Late in the half a bad punt gave Kane possession at the Warren 28. The Tornadoes connected on a touchdown pass as time expired in the half to take a 7-0 lead into halftime.
Warren drove down to the Kane 12, thanks to plays from Keegan Weissinger, Johnny Nunez, Chase Raub, and Clay Cummings. After losing yards on back-to-back plays, Weissinger’s 4th-down pass into the end zone fell incomplete and the Dawgs turned it over on downs.
Kane responded with an 82-yard scoring drive to push the lead to 14-0.
The Dawgs again drove deep into Kane territory, spending the entire fourth quarter on offense. Warren was unable to capitalize, however, as Weissinger’s pass to the end zone fell incomplete as time expired.
Warren’s offense accumulated 116 total yards, led by Keegan Weissinger’s 79 yards passing and 28 yards rushing. Clay Cummings led all receivers with 39 yards. Nunez, Raub, and Clayton Hammerbeck also had receptions.
The Dawgs’ defense allowed a season high 151 total yards and also gave up its first points of the season.
Weissinger paced the defense with 8 tackles. Followed by Raub’s 6 and Noah Pape’s 3 and a sack. Plus tackles from Hunter Ingerson, Johnny Nunez and an INT by Clay Cummings.
The Warren Dawgs(3-1)are back in action on Saturday, Sept. 23 against Otto Eldred (0-4). Game time set for 11 a.m.