Tri-Village football takes care of business in season opener vs Troy Christian

Tri-Village Tanner Printz hauls in 1 of his 3 TD catches in win over Troy Christian. (Stockton Studio Photo)

NEW MADISON – In a lopsided matchup, the Tri-Village Patriots cruised to a convincing 41-6 win over the Troy Christian Eagles.

The Patriots wasted no time, with Braden Keating connecting with Tanner Printz for two first-quarter touchdowns.

Keating was 12 of 12 passing in the game for 238 yards and 4 TD’s passes.

Braden Keating stretches out for goal line scoring on this run. (Stockton Studio Photo)

Reed Wehr rushed for a 13-yard score and had a catch of 6 yards as well adding to the early lead, making it 27-0 by the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter saw more of the same dominance from the Patriots, as Keating ran in a touchdown and linked up with Printz for another, pushing the halftime score to 41-0.

It was the 3rd TD reception by Printz who had 6 catches on the night for a total of 155 yards.

Christian Jarvis managed to give the Eagles some consolation with a 72-yard punt return touchdown in the fourth quarter to make the final score 41-6.

Tri-Village’s victory sets the stage for a crucial conference matchup against Preble Shawnee next Friday. With conference championship implications on the line, the clash between the two teams promises high stakes and intense action on the field.

Senior Reed Wehr locks in on the tackle. (Stockton Studio Photo)