The Junction City Blue Jays scored three first quarter touchdowns and were never seriously threatened enroute to a 60-21 football victory over the Topeka West Chargers 0-3 ) in high school football Thursday night in the capitol city.
Rooster Adams got Junction City on the board first with a 9-yard touchdown run with 8:23 remaining in the first quarter. The Blue Jays led Topeka West 27-6 at halftime and then scored the first two times they touched the ball in the third quarter. Javontez Brime returned a kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown and Chris Garland scored on a one yard run for Junction City.
The Blue Jays ( 2-1) led 60-14 after three quarters and a running clock was used in the fourth quarter of the contest at Hummer Sports Park.
Blue Jay coach Randall Zimmerman said it was a big improvement for his team over their loss to Washburn Rural one week ago. “We still had our share of mistakes, but our kids came out and played hard and responded real well.
Junction City will host Topeka High next Friday night