Baylee Adams threw for two touchdowns.
Baylee Adams threw for two touchdowns.
LINDEN-After 2 hours and 40 minutes of rain and lightning delays, kick off finally happened at North Montgomery.

And No. 4 Brebeuf flexed its muscles. Winning 45-14 in a late finish.

The Chargers would start with the ball and have to punt after three plays. The Braves would start their opening drive on the Charger 43-yard line. Star running back Lavonte Bellamy would get the ball and get 34 yards on 2 carries. The drive would stall and the Braves were forced to kick a field goal.

On the next Charger possession junior quarterback Baylee Adams would throw interceptions to senior linebacker Ethan Beaty on the next two Charger possessions.

Brebeuf would score on a five yard run by Bellamy. The Chargers answer right back with a 15 play drive ending on a pass from Adams to Alex Parons.

After the Chargers' score, Brebeuf would be the team that would gain momentum. The Braves would not allow the Chargers to score for the rest of the half.

Bellamy would score on a 17 yard run where he showed some fancy footwork making Chargers miss. The next drive for the Braves was a one play 77 yard careen pass from Aaron Banks to Bellamy. Bellamy would show his strength and speed breaking tackles and out running the Chargers' defense.

Bellamy finished the first half with two rushing touchdowns and a 77 yard reception from Banks for a score. Banks also threw a touchdown to Sam Snyder. Brebeuf leads the Chargers 31-6.

It was more of Brebeuf in the second half. At the start of the third quarter Adam Iffert took the kickoff to the house on an 80 yard return for a touchdown. The Braves would not slow down from there scoring again almost four minutes later when Bellamy scampered in for a 39 yard touchdown. His last of the night.

The starters for Brebeuf exited with 2 minutes and 47 seconds left in the third.

"We weren't ready to come out and play tonight. That's my fault," Thompson said. "It was hard to simulate Bellamy's speed in practice and that kind of caught us off guard."

North Montgomery got on the board with an 11 yard pass from Adams to Parsons and a safety on a Parsons tackle.

"I got to make sure the kids are ready to go. So, we are going to make sure we focus on that again this week. Again learn from our mistakes and move on" Thompson said.

North Montgomery (1-1) travels to Southmont next week.