By Gary Andrews
The Manchester Squire football team went on the road to Rochester Friday, not scoring until the fourth quarter in a 48-7 loss to the Zebras.
The Manchester defense was pumped in the first quarter, keeping Rochester out of the end zone but not being able to score either as the game was tied 0-0 after one.
The Zebra offense would come to life in the second quarter, scoring 21 points while the Manchester offense struggled and led the Squires 21-0 at the half.
Rochester would out score Manchester 14-0 in the third quarter to lead 35-0 with a quarter to go.
The lone Squire score came on a Lucas Schilling run to fall 48-7.
Lucas Schilling was 9 for 20 for 156 yards. Jacob Casper led the rushing attack with 91 yards on 19 carries. Evan Milam had 15 yards on 2 carries. Brodi Carter had 4 catches for 75 yards, Nick Eubank 2 for 49 yards, Daniel Griese 1 for 15 yards, Phoenix Goad 1 for 11 yards and Owen Johnson 1 for 6 yards.