Geoff Glass poured in four rushing touchdowns and Toledo had no trouble disposing of King’s Way Christian on the road in a 56-22 non-league victory Friday night.
Glass scored the first three touchdowns of the game, finishing with eight carries for 89 yards. The Riverhawks offense erupted for 42 points in the second quarter alone while racking up 346 yards of offense all in the first half before reserves went in.
Quarterback Wyatt Nef was the Riverhawks’ leading rusher, finishing with seven carries for 116 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown before the half to cap off the scoring for the night. Justin Filla added seven carries for 81 yards and a TD, while Zane Ranney tacked on a pair of rushing scores.
“Overall, we executed offensively really well. The offensive line dominated,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “Defensively, I was really happy with how our secondary played.”
Nef led the secondary by picking off two passes, while Joshhill Tilton was unblockable, Christensen said. The Riverhawks held the Knights to -21 yards on the ground, and just 21 yards total of offense.
Toledo (5-1, 1-1 league) hosts Cascade Christian in another non-league matchup at 1 p.m. on Saturday.