Vikings dominate Bourne in 40-0 win

By Matthew Bernat | Sep 15, 2017
Photo by: Andrew W. Griffith Vikings running back Seth Andrade heads down the field in Friday's 40-0 win against Bourne.

Wareham’s offense has been dominant early this season as the Vikings scored 40 points in back-to-back home games. The first game held on Sept. 8 was a 40-41 loss against Old Rochester, but the team's first victory came Friday against Bourne as the team beat the Canalmen 40-0.

Head Coach Bob Lomp credited a pair of Viking running backs, senior Isaac Nascimento and junior Seth Andrade, for their offensive prowess.

“We’ll be tough to defend this year because of them,” said Lomp. “They’re both tough, physical runners who complement each other well.”

On Friday, Andrade scored three touchdowns. Two catches included a 66-yard one and another 45-yard catch. The third touchdown was made following a 65-yard run. His performance follows last week’s home opener when Andrade also notched three touchdowns.

The Vikings defense performed well against Bourne’s offensive line whose size had Lomp concerned ahead of the game.

“I was nervous all week because of their size,” said Lomp. “They’re big, but we held up well with our physical play.”

Up next, the Vikings play Fairhaven at Fairhaven High School on Sept. 22. Kick off is at 7 p.m.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Wareham By The Sea | Sep 16, 2017 08:50

Wow!  Great job Wareham.  40-0 absolutely smoked Bourne.

 

That kind of score makes me think of something. In these "everybody gets a trophy" times, I have been at kid games where they stop keeping score and/or have the winning team stop trying so hard once the score gets to 10-0 or something around that.

 

That sets kids up for a rude awakening when they get older, both with sports and life in general.



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