Moore, McKinzy brothers lead Wyandotte to 3-0 start after win against Sumner Academy

By NICK SLOAN, NJSloan212@gmail.com

The Wyandotte Bulldogs are more than Dimonic McKinzy, ladies and gentlemen.

In Wyandotte's 44-20 win against Sumner Academy, the Bulldogs unleashed a new weapon on Kansas City, Kan., - sophomore Antonio Moore.

Moore had an incredible 344 all-purpose yards Friday night and four touchdowns. Moore's first touchdown - a 76-yard punt return - put the Bulldogs on the board.

However, Sumner Academy did not go away in this game. Brandon Williams connected on a 27-yard touchdown pass to Jowell Daniels. The two-point conversion put the Sabres on top of the scoreboard 8-7.

Bulldogs kicker Gustavo Javier would put the Bulldogs back on top at the half with a field goal near the end of the second quarter.

In the third quarter, Moore stole the show.

He returned the opening kickoff 84 yards for a touchdown, pushing the Wyandotte advantage to 17-8.

After Sumner responded with a 65-yard touchdown pass from Williams to Deon Tripp, Moore would find the end-zone again. This time, he scored from 18 yards on a rushing play to put Wyandotte back up by 10 points at 24-14.

Williams and Sumner's offense struck back again.He completed a 59-yard touchdown pass to Daniels, edging Sumner Academy back within four points.

That's as close as the Sabres got.

Moore's final touchdown of the night - and his third in the third quarter alone - put Wyandotte back up on top by double figures.

From there, it was the McKinzy brothers who put the Sabres away.

Xavier McKinzy scored on a four-yard touchdown run to increase Wyandotte's lead to 37-20. With just three minutes left in the game, it was Dimonic McKinzy who put the icing on the cake - a seven-yard touchdown run to push Wyandotte's lead to 44-20.

That's how the score would end.

In the loss, Williams was 9-of-17 for 194 yards and three touchdowns, but did throw two interceptions. Daniels had over 100 receiving yards and two touchdowns, while Tripp had 75 receiving yards on just two catches.

Wyandotte quarterback Dimonic McKinzy continued his impressive play, rushing for 102 yards on 12 carries, along with passing for 214 yards through the air.

Xavier McKinzy added 79 yards on the ground for the Bulldogs. 

Wyandotte improves to 3-0 on the season, while Sumner Academy falls to 0-3.