BETHEL — Telstar rolled to its first victory of the season, shutting out Mount View 34-0 in 8-man football Small School South division action Monday.

Telstar coach Tim O’Connor said that the Rebels (1-2) have improved through the first three weeks of the season, and they showed it in several facets of the game in Monday’s contest, which was rescheduled from Saturday due to the anticipated weather from Hurricane Lee.

The defense, led by Cruze Kimball and Hunter Koskela, blanked the Mustangs (0-3). O’Connor said Kimball and Koskela had a few sacks each and both were in on several tackles.

“They were stellar on the corners,” O’Connor said.

Offensively, the Rebels used long runs and passing to score all of their points in the first half before switching to their run game in the third and fourth quarters.

Quarterback Brody Walker started the scoring with a 15-yard run in the first quarter to give Telstar a 6-0 advantage.


Gavinn Martin added two more TD runs in the opening period, a 30-yarder and a 50-yarder, as the Rebels’ lead grew to 18-0.

Walker threw a pair of touchdowns to Wyatt Lilly in the second quarter. One went for 65 yards and the other for 40. Both 2-point conversions were successful. Martin ran in the first one and Michael Early converted the second.

MT. ABRAM 2, MONMOUTH 0: Two second-half goals lifted the Roadrunners (5-0) over the Mustangs (4-1-1) in a showdown of unbeaten Mountain Valley Conference teams in Salem Township.

Ash Rollins and Killian Pillsbury scored for Mt. Abram. Both goals were set up by Morgan Thibodeau.

Roadrunners goalie Logan Dube made two saves, while Monmouth’s Ezekial Delorme stopped four shots.

EDWARD LITTLE 2, HAMPDEN 1: The Red Eddies (2-3) took a two-goal lead into halftime and had to hold off the Broncos (1-2) in Hampden.

Dayow Daud scored on a penalty kick and Colby Smyth fed Breccan Albert for the other Edward Little goal. Aiden Ball scored from Tristen Downer to pull Hampden Academy within one goal.

Max Kimble made three saves in goal for the Red Eddies, and Logan LaFrance stopped seven shots for the Broncos.

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