Nsimba Webster ran for two touchdowns, including a 72 yard run early in the second quarter, leading Deer Valley (2-0) to a home win over College Park 35-6 Friday night.

Following a 39-yard College Park field goal early in the second quarter, Webster's keeper on Deer Valley's first play from scrimmage down the left sideline opened up a 14-3 Wolverines lead.

Deer Valley's defense forced two Falcon fumbles to stop long time-consuming drives in the first half, both times scoring touchdowns.

Shane Pooler's 36 yard touchdown run gave Deer Valley a 21-6 lead with 4:32 before the half.

Tanner Utler's second field goal for the Falcons (1-2), a 30 yarder, with seconds remaining made the score 21-6 at halftime.

Deer Valley coach Rich Woods said his team played hard, hustled and the defense "basically shut (College Park) down." However, he did say his team committed too many penalties.

One sequence he pointed out was late in the first quarter. With College Park facing a 4th and 12, Deer Valley committed two offsides penalties, which put the Falcons in position for a fake punt. College Park quarterback Nick La Sage ran for the first down. That drive would result in Utler's first field goal.

"There were some times we were a bit sloppy," he said.

Webster also threw two touchdowns for the Wolverines, finishing with 156 yards passing and 77 rushing. Pooler led the Wolverines with 95 rushing yards and also scored a touchdown.


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Matt De Silva led College Park with 75 yards rushing.