Webb can’t contain Gibbons in 46-21 loss
J.F. Webb was competitive for one half Friday, but had no answer for Cardinal Gibbons’ offense as the visitors from Raleigh rolled to a 46-21 win.
The Crusaders moved the ball at will throughout Webb’s homecoming, led by quarterback Shawn Stankavage, who finished 16-of-23 for 208 yards and three touchdowns.
Gibbons’ Peyton Offnick ran for 104 yards on just six carries and two touchdowns.
Webb dropped to 0-2 in 3-A Big Eight Conference play and 2-4 overall while Gibbons improved to 2-0 in league play and 5-1 overall.
Webb quarterback Beau Smith was intercepted three times. One came at the end of the first half when William Von Jess picked it in the end zone, securing a 28-14 Gibbons halftime advantage.
Offnick had a 42-yard score down the right sideline in the third quarter before Dante DiMaggio snagged a Stankavage pass with one hand and took it to the house to make it 40-14.
Webb tailback Tobiah Lewis finished with a 132 rushing yards on 23 carries and a touchdown.
The Warriors, who visit Northwood next week, trailed 16-7 after one quarter, got within two points after a Smith bootleg score and William Gillespie point after before allowing 30 consecutive points.
1 2 3 4 FINAL
GIBBONS 16 12 18 0 46
WEBB 7 7 0 7 21
CG — Dante DiMaggio 3 pass from Shawn Stankavage (Chris Gorman pass from Stankavage), 7:38.
JFW — Tobiah Lewis 2 run (William Gillespie kick), 3:58.
CG — Earl Gill 23 pass from Stankavage (DiMaggio pass from Stankavage), 1:25.
JFW — Beau Smith 10 run (Gillespie kick), 10:19.
CG — Peyton Offnick 25 run (pass failed), 8:28.
CG — Stankavage 1 run (pass failed), 1:55.
CG — Offnick 42 run (run failed), 10:33.
CG — DiMaggion 52 pass from Stankavage (pass failed), 6:27.
CG — Scott Henion 46 interception return (pass failed), 2:14.
JFW — Tevin Evans 1 run (Gillespie kick), 4:49.
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