David Douglas can't keep pace with Aloha
After scoring 98 points in their first two games, it was well known that the Aloha offense could put up some big numbers.
When they faced David Douglas on Friday, the Warriors proved that they have no intention of slowing down.
Quarterback Timothy Dennis threw for five touchdowns on the night and added a rushing score as Aloha (2-1) controlled the contest from start to finish as they took down David Douglas (1-2) 49-24 in their first away game of the year.
David Douglas trailed 49-6 at one point in the game, but a trio of garbage-time touchdown passes by backup quarterback Dakota Lohmeier helped the Scots make the score a little more respectable.
With three turnovers and a litany of costly penalties throughout the game, David Douglas really never gave themselves much of a chance in this one.
Dennis led the Warriors offense right down the field, going 5-for-5 for 55 yards on the drive, which was capped off with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Ry'Montray Reese.
Dennis finished the night 21-for-334 for 235 yards.
"We just all bought in as a team and we came together and played great tonight," Dennis said. "Our o-line gave me a lot of time in the pocket and our receivers were catching balls and making me look good."
Dennis would make the Scots pay for another turnover on Aloha's next possession as the junior signal-caller went 3-for-4 for 50 yards on the drive. This time, however, he decided to punch it in on his own with a touchdown run from five yards out, putting the Warriors up 14-0 late in the first quarter.
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