Jordan Deardorff and Dimitri Sampson led a Lummi defense that recorded double-digit sacks, as the Blackhawks turned in a dominating defensive performance, beating Northwest Football League foe Lopez 50-0 on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Lopez.
"The defense, with the shutout, obviously played well," Lummi coach Jim Sandusky said in a phone interview. "We were able to stop their run and put a lot of pressure on the quarterback when they were passing."
Richard Edwards reaped the benefits of Lummi's strong pass rush. He intercepted Lopez's quarterback twice.
The Blackhawks put the game away early, building a five touchdown lead by halftime.
Logan Toby and Sampson split time under center, and Sandusky said Deion Hoskins and Sampson led the Blackhawks' rushing attack.
"Our offensive line blocked extremely well," Sandusky said. "They made some big holes and gave our quarterbacks time to pass."
With the exception of a few "mishaps," Sandusky said his team earned a well-rounded win.
Lummi (7-2, 3-1 NWFL) finishes its regular season against Tulalip at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, in Lummi.