MURFREESBORO — Westmoreland rushed for 344 yards and five touchdowns to defeat Eagleville 34-7 and clinch a spot in the playoffs Friday night.
Quarterback Bayle Kirk led Westmoreland (4-3, 4-1 4-2A) with 101 yards rushing and two touchdowns, including a 44-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Westmoreland running back Dylan Todd added 94 yards and two touchdowns, and Hunter Crowson ran for 81 yards. Brandon Green had 41 yards, and Tate Sloan rushed for 22 yards and a touchdown.
“That’s what we’ve been expecting this year,” Westmoreland coach Stephen Harris said. “We’re senior-dominated on the line. We felt like our offensive line would be a strength this season. Our backs are doing a great job running the ball as well.”
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Westmoreland took the opening kickoff and drove 55 yards for its first score, keeping the ball on the ground the entire drive. Todd scored on a 2-yard run.
The kickoff was fumbled, and Westmoreland recovered at Eagleville’s 39. Nine rushing plays later, it was 14-0. Todd took it in the end zone from 5 yards out.
Eagleville (2-2, 3-4) had two long drives stopped by turnovers. After Westmoreland’s second touchdown, Eagleville drove it from their 35 to the Westmoreland 14 before getting stopped on fourth down.