Duncan hands Western Heights its first loss
by Brandon Chatmon
Duncan came to the metro area and, thanks to senior quarterback Trent Wilkins, handed Western Heights a 37-17 loss. Duncan was extremely impressive as the Demons went the entire game without punting the ball.
They amassed 25 first downs and had 409 total yards in the game.
There were some players on the Western Heights football team which impressed me. Running backs Anthony Anderson and Will McCullough are superb.
McCullough ran for 114 yards on 8 carries including a 69 yard touchdown run and he also added a 44 yard touchdown catch.
Anderson impressed me with his balance and athleticism for a 5-10, 185-pounder. Anderson had a great leaping catch and was a tough runner.
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