By Emily Braudaway
Staff reporter

After a slow start offensively and defensively, the Builder football team was able to make seperation, defeating the Sterling Warriors 42-14. While the offense scored 21 points in both halves, the defense came out and held Sterling to zero in the second half.

Keyshawn Wyatt, senior running back, rushed for 62 yds while scoring two touchdowns. Thomas Yam, junior quarterback, threw 14 completed passes on 17 attempts for 182 yards and one touchdown. Drew Smith, senior linebacker, had six solo tackles and Josh Carter, junior linebacker, had five solo tackles, two assisted tackles and seven total tackles.

This when gives the Builders a 7-1 record in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Next up the Builders will face the Friends Falcons Nov. 6 inside of Jantz stadium.