Washington breaks career passing touchdown record in Gunnison, Colorado

By Sydney Wegner
On September 18, 2015

The football team continued to break records on Saturday, Sept. 12 against the Western State Mountaineers.

In a blowout game, the Rams dominated Western State with a final score of 48-20.

The first quarter started off with the Rams scoring the first touchdown less than two minutes into the game by wide receiver Donovan Thompson after a 32 yard pass from quarterback Kyle Washington. Western State retaliated by scoring the next touchdown and the first field goal. Washington then proceeds to score the next two touchdowns, the quarter ending in a 20-7 lead for the Rams.

Second quarter continued with a solid Ram defense, denying every Western State attempt to score. The Ram offense scored again, freezing Western State with only one touchdown. The score was 29-7 at halftime.

After halftime, Western State came back fighting, scoring one touchdown and two field goals, leaving the Rams with only a nine point lead. Washington then scored another touchdown, leaving the score at 35-20, Rams still leading.

Again, the fourth quarter Ram defense locked down Western State’s offense, allowing the Rams to finish the game at 48-20. Along with this score, the record for career passing touchdowns was broken by Washington with his 62nd career passing touchdown.

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