A quick first half and a long second brought the Mounties to a winding halt against the Stars. The Stars shot away with a 39-14 win.
Both teams started off with good first drives. Western Boone’s Nathaniel Bye connected with Kaleb McCloskey for a 19 yard pass at 7:11 in the first half.
The duo has connected 31 times this season with McCloskey grabbing 112 yards this game.
South came right back with a powerful 17-play drive. Zach Worm scuttled for 15 while Jarrett Todd totaled 53 yards rushing for the drive.
The Stars targeted Farabee and South went with other options for much of the game.
“They were taking him away and making the quarterback keep the ball,” Coach Desson Hannum said.