Record Setter

Washington senior running back Kyle Summers breaks a Warrenton tackle during Washington's 47-21 victory in Warren County Friday. Summers broke the school rushing record in the game.

Washington running back Kyle Summers rushed for a school single-game record 336 yards on just 12 carries to lead the Blue Jays past Warrenton 47-21 in Week Three.

Gashing the Warriors’ defense for four touchdowns of 60 yards or longer, Washington controlled the line of scrimmage and outmatched its hosts physically.

The Blue Jays set the tone early, overcoming a fumble on the first play by scoring on a long run by Summers.

He followed up the 65-yard score with a 37-yard touchdown on the following drive.

Later in the first quarter, Washington quarterback Isaac Lippert connected with Seth Bollmann on a 60-yard touchdown pass.

Trailing 21-0 at the end of one period, Warrenton struggled to move the ball, finally gaining its initial first down on its fourth possession following a quarterback change.

Sophomore Braydan Chmiel replaced junior Zach Logan and connected on 17 of 31 passing attempts for 135 yards, but the Warriors couldn’t stop the bleeding defensively enough to catch up.

Chmiel scored Warrenton’s only touchdown of the first half on a two-yard run early in the second quarter.

Bollmann and Summers promptly answered with touchdowns bursts of 89 and 79 yards, respectively.

The Blue Jays led 40-7 at halftime, tacking on a final short touchdown run by Caleb Curran in the third period.

Warrenton scored twice in the final five minutes of the game, both on two-yard runs by Dane Huck and Corey Eckenfels.

Chmiel also finished as Warrenton’s leading rusher with 78 yards on nine carries.

Summers’ accomplishment broke his own record of 300 rushing yards on 17 touches against Zumwalt South last season.

Lippert finished 3 for 5 passing with 83 yards.

The Blue Jays defeated Warrenton for a sixth consecutive year, improving to 2-1.

Washington will host Holt next Friday.

Wash 21-19-7-0

War 0-7-0-14

First Quarter

Wash — Kyle Summers 65 run (Aaron Meyer kick), 9:04

Wash — Summers 37 run (Meyer kick), 6:03

Wash — Seth Bollmann 60 pass from Isaac Lippert (Meyer kick), 2:07

Second Quarter

War — Braydan Chmiel 2 run (Dillen Mayfield kick), 7:07

Wash — Summers 89 run (kick failed), 6:34

Wash — Bollmann 79 run (Meyer kick), 3:45

Wash — Summers 15 run (kick failed), :30

Third Quarter

Wash — Caleb Curran 4 run (Meyer kick), 8:48

Fourth Quarter

War — Dane Huck 2 run (Mayfield kick), 4:58

War — Corey Eckenfels 2 run (Mayfield kick), :24