Lexington showed off their entire arsenal of weapons on opening night of the high school football season, running over rival Ontario for a 47-21 victory.
Minutemen senior running back Kaydan Berry was the focal point of the offense, rushing for a school-record 300 yards on 29 carries with a trio of scores. Berry put Lex on top 14-0 with his first two TD's (1 yd, 20 yds) before sophomore quarterback Cole Pauley connected with Alex Green for a 20-yard strike to make it 20-0 in the first quarter.
The Warriors would rattle off back to back scores with Owen Hatfield catching a 20 yard TD followed by a 50-yard interception return. The Minutemen took a 26-14 edge into the half after Keith Thomas ripped off a 63-yard run to paydirt, finishing his night with 121 yards and 3 TD's on 11 carries.
The game entered the fourth quarter with Ontario trailing 33-21 but Lex pounded in two more scores in the final stanza to close out a dominating win in coach Tim Scheid's first game running the program.