The Ichabod football team on Saturday, Oct. 31 snapped a three-game losing streak with an impressive 36-10 victory over Emporia State.
Washburn got off to a quick start. After forcing the Hornets to go three-and- out, running back Vershon Moore racked up three first downs on Washburn’s first posession before running it in from two yards out to put the Bods up 6-0 just over four minutes into the game.
Moore scored again six minutes later on a 14-yard run out of the Wildcat formation. The first quarter ended with Washburn on top, 13-0.
After more staunch defense and a field goal on a drive that took up over half the second quarter, the Ichabods were up 16-0 with just under four minutes remaining in the first half when Moore returened a punt 85 yards for his third touchdown of the game. The second half concluded 23-0, Washburn.
The Ichabods were shut out in the third quarter, with Emporia State scoring 10.
The Ichabods held on, though. Just a minute into the fourth quarter, Moore rushed for a first down and Washburn history. He broke the school record of most all-puprpose yards in a game with that fourth quarter rush.
Washburn scored twice more, once by Moore and once by quarterback Zeke Palmer.
Moore finished the game with 306 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.
The final score was 36- 10, Washburn.