The Timken Steelers capped off an undefeated season on Wednesday night with a 38-0 win over the WD&D Dolphins in the championship game.
It was not the Steelers’ first shut-out: The team hadn’t been scored on all season and Wednesday was no different although the Dolphins threatened more than once.
The Steelers scratched early in the contest when Justin Reid scored on a 20-yard run that Samuel Brannon capped off with a successful point-after kick for a 8-0 lead.
Reid found the end zone again on a 64-yard catch-and-go in the second quarter and Brannon’s PAT gave the Steelers a 16-0 advantage.
A Dolphins running back evaded several tackles to collect 45 yards and put his team on the goal line but a holding penalty brought it back to midfield.
Three plays later the Dolphins were forced to punt and Brannon ran in a 30-yard touchdown. The PAT was successful for a 22-0 halftime score.
The Steelers tacked on 15 more in the second half. Willie Jeter returned a punt for a 65-yard touchdown and Reid scored off a 58-yard return for the 38-0 final.