GLOUSTER — State-ranked Glouster Trimble was clicking on all cylinders Saturday night in rolling to a 61-0 victory over Beallsville High in a Ohio High School Athletic Association Division VII, Region 25 match-up.
Glouster tallied a pair of first quarter touchdowns with Jacob Koons running in six-yard TD, followed by a defensive score on an interceptions return.
The Tomcats put the game away with a 27 point second quarter explosion to lead 39-0 at the halftime break.
Glouster rolled up 236 yards on the ground in 30 carries, led by Bryce Smathers with 68 yards on five totes while Konner Standley and Justice Jenkins each added 62 yards with two touchdowns each.
Standley was nearly perfect throwing the football for the Tomcats, with an 11-of-13 passing effort for 153 yards with three TDs.
Beallsville (6-5) managed just 73 yards rushing on 33 attempts, with Joey Cunningham leading the Blue Devils with 40 yards on 10 totes while Bruce Sefert chipped in with 26 on eight attempts. QB Chase Mercer finished 10-of-19 for 106 yards with three interceptions. Mike Palmer finsihed with five catches for 66 yards to lead the Blue Devils.
With the loss, Beallsville finishes with a season mark of 6-5, while Glouster Trimble, who finished 7th in Division VII improves to a perfect 11-0 and moves on to the second round.