The Wolves improved to 4-0 with a 34-14 win over the Kentwood Kangaroos. The Wolves took advantage of several Roos turnovers that led to a big 21-0 lead over the visiting Roos. The Wolves would end the game forcing five turnovers in their win over Kentwood including a 90-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Luke Ingraffia.
The Wolves finished the game with 372-yards of total offense against Kentwood. The Wolves came out of the gates and looked sharp as they would score on their first possession of the game. Loranger marched 76-yards on five plays and went up 7-0 when Quarterback B.J. Rainey scored on a one-yard run followed by the PAT from Gavin Oldham and the Wolves had an early lead.
Later in the first the Wolves got the big defensive score as it looked as if the Roos were on their way to tying the game. But Luke Ingraffia had the scoop and score to put the Wolves up two scores in the game.
Then Jeyrl Brazil would keep things going for the Wolves when he scored on a three-yard run and with the PAT the Wolves had the Roos down 21-0 late in the first quarter. On the flip side Coach David Currier knows that his club is much better as turnovers have plagued the Roos this season.
The Roos had cut the score to 21-6 and looked to pull even closer when Quarterback Harlan Miller threw a touchdown pass to Tavarious Batiste but the touchdown was wiped out due to a penalty leaving the score at 21-6.
The Wolves then began to pull away in the third when they went up 27-6 after Quarterback B.J. Rainey scored on a four-yard run. Both teams would each add one more score but the Wolves went on to win 34-14.
Loranger plays at St. Thomas Aquinas this Friday night while the Roos return home this week to entertain St. John.