Taylor Morin #2 explodes by a Woodbridge defender on one of his 4 receptions.
Chantilly The Westfield Bulldogs (14-0) are headed back to Hampton for the Virginia 6A State Championship on 12-9 after a 18-7 win on Dec. 2 over the Woodbridge Vikings (12-2). Their opponent will be Oscar Smith (12-2) winners in overtime over Colonial Forge (12-1).
Westfield took an early 6-0 lead with 7:42 to play in the 1st quarter when QB
Noah Kim hit Taylor Morin on a 35 yard pass for a TD.
In the 2nd quarter, Woodbridge’s Antevious Jackson connected with Andrew Hardin for a 73 yard TD.
With 6:19 left to play in the 3rd quarter, Eugene Asante scored the first of his two rushing TD’s, to give the Bulldogs a 12-7 advantage.
Asante scored his second TD when he leaped over the goal line and gave Westfield a 18-7 lead with :56 to play in the game essentially putting the game away.
For the game Asante carried the ball 23 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Noah Kim completed 7 of his 12 passes for 132 yards and a TD to Taylor Morin. Morin would catch 3 passes for 96 yards and a TD. Morin also intercepted Woodbridge QB Antevious Jackson. Defensively Westfield was led by Nolan Cockrill, Saadiq Hinton and Taylor Morin.
The Bulldogs face a familiar foe, Oscar Smith, while seeking their third consecutive 6A State Championship. In 2015 Westfield defeated Oscar Smith 49-42; last year in 2016 Westfield defeated Oscar Smith 34-28. The game will be played Saturday Dec. 9 at 4:30 p.m. on the campus of Hampton University at Armstrong Stadium.