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Turner helps Wildcats whip Central Square

Sophomore QB throws for 232 yards, four TDs in 62-21 romp

West Genesee sophomore quarterback Dashon Turner (10) made an electrifying starting debut in Friday night's 62-21 victory over Central Square, throwing for 232 yards and four first-half touchdowns, including strikes of 57 and 56 yards to Colin BeVard, while substituting for injured starter Bailey Gauthier.

West Genesee sophomore quarterback Dashon Turner (10) made an electrifying starting debut in Friday night's 62-21 victory over Central Square, throwing for 232 yards and four first-half touchdowns, including strikes of 57 and 56 yards to Colin BeVard, while substituting for injured starter Bailey Gauthier. Dana Northrop

— When Joey Vetter found the end zone on a two-yard plunge, WG had made it 48-14 going into halftime. All sorts of reserves saw action in the second half, where Vetter and Bevard added short TD runs to push the Wildcats past the 60-point mark.

So at 2-1 on the season, WG, still waiting to see if it will start Gauthier or Turner under center, heads toward its biggest test yet, a visit to Alibrandi Stadium to face defending Class AA champion Christian Brothers Academy, whom it lost to in last year's sectional semifinals.

The Brothers (3-0), no. 3 in the state AA rankings, have rolled to wins over Union-Endicott, Utica Proctor and Cicero-North Syracuse so far this fall and boast a formidable offense anchored by senior quarterback J.R. Zazzara and senior tailback Deshawn Salter, who scored four times in Friday's 42-21 conquest of C-NS.

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