By Chris Galloway
Saturday, Oct. 3, the Little Pickers traveled to Summit to take on Seneca for their season finale. Behind JJ Wittman’s three touchdowns, the Little Pickers won 50-6.
North East managed to score on all except one of their possessions for the game.
Five different Pickers were able to find their way to the end zone. The opening drive, JJ Wittman scampered on a 55-yard reverse to paydirt.
The next Seneca possession saw Bryson Galloway intercept the ball on the third play.
Dillon Rodgers followed up with a 48-yard touchdown run. After a forced fumble and recovery by Landyn Ayers, Luke Luke scored on a one-yard touchdown run to put the game at 20-0 after the first quarter.
Wittman ended the day with 120 yards and two rushing touchdowns, one touchdown reception of 55 yards and a two point conversion reception.
Quarterback Bryson Galloway was 4-7 passing for 165 yards and two touchdowns.
Oliver Havens had 40 yards and a touchdown, Dillon Rodgers 60 yards rushing and a reception for 30 yards. Josh Banaag had one reception for 68 yards and one touchdown, two point conversions scored by Luke, Galloway and Wittman.
Defensively the Pickers forced three turnovers, an interception by Galloway and fumble recoveries by Ayers and Ben Seymour.
The Bobcats’ lone touchdown was scored by Bode Terry on a 15-yard run.
The Little Pickers finished their first season with three wins two losses and one tie.