Jim Baer Blog – Class 4 FB – Westminster / Ladue

westminster logo Ladue Junior Rams 100x50James BaerClick here to view the game – Ladue and Westminster have tangled in district football the past two years with the same results. Last year, Ladue was blanked 28-0, and lost to the Wildcats in a driving rain at St. Louis U. High in the Class 4 District finals, Monday night 28-20. Miscues and personal fouls put Ladue into too deep a hole to recover.

It was the Brett Bond Show for the Wildcats. The 6-foot-2, 210 pound senior pounded the Ladue defense was some tenacious down hill running.

Bond threw for more than 150 yards, including TD strikes of 65 and 34 to his favorite receiver Demetrius Williams and the Wildcats ended Ladue’s season at 10-2. Ladue lost the opener to Parkway Central, then ran off 10-consecutive wins before the loss to Westminster.

Bond added a 15-yard TD run for good measure.

Almus Bradley came up with two key interceptions including the second one to end the game and Ladue’s final hopes.

Players of the game …

QB Brent Bond of Westminster – Lion’s Choice 212 Athlete of the Game – and QB Matthew Hooper of Ladue – Custom Shirts Graphics Standout Player of the Game.

Bond threw for more than 150 yards, including TD strikes of 65 and 34 to Demetrius Williams and the Wildcats defeated Ladue 28-20 in Class 4 in the district finals at St. Louis U. High. He scored a third o a 15 yard run.

Hooper threw for more than 1,800 yards this season and threw a 46-yard pass to Cody Kniptash and scored on a one-yard but the Rams came up short to a team they lost to 28-0 last year..

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Westminster meets the winner of Webb City and Carl Junction in the Class 4 semifinals with the winner going to the Edward Jones Dome Thanksgiving weekend for the Show Me Bowl state championships.

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