Chippewa Hills picks up their first win of the season, in blowout fashion against Central Montcalm.

The Warriors’ offense started the game off on fire. Brayden Hunt put the first points on the board, with the 18-yard reception from Gage Saathoff. Chippewa Hills went right back to Hunt, 3-minutes later, this time on a 6-yard run that found Hunt in the end zone. With 1-minute left in the 1st quarter, Saathoff dropped back and found Austin Humphrey for a 20-yard score. After 1, Chippewa Hills led 18-0.

The 2nd quarter saw a lot more of the Warriors offense. Halfway through the 2nd, Saathoff took one for himself into the end zone. With three-minutes remaining in the half, Saathoff called his own number again and took it 6-yards to find paint. At the half, Chippewa Hills 32, Central Montcalm 0.

The 3rd quarter was all defense, no offense. Once the 4th quarter rolled around, Humphrey found the end zone again for the Warriors, no longer than 5 seconds into the quarter. The Hornets decided to find the end zone twice late in the game. Asher Johnson received a pass and took it 26-yards to cross the goal line. Less than 25 seconds later, Emmett Lingeman would find the end zone for the final score of the game. The Warriors will pick up their first win, 38-16 over Central Montcalm.

Central Montcalm falls to 0-4 and will host Reed City in week five. Chippewa Hills moves to 1-3. The Warriors will travel to Big Rapids in week five.