The Warriors' offense was led by the rushing of Nathan Corlew, who ran nine times for 61 yards, Jalen Henningsen, who ran 12 times for 38 yards, and Ross Parcel, who totaled 28 yards on three carries. Ryan Friedrich was 4-17 in passing for 28 yards, with two interceptions, including one which was returned for an 11- yard touchdown. Henningsen and Karl Kennedy each caught two balls.
Kennedy led Warrior tacklers with eight total stops, while Austin Glawe had seven, Alex Stephan six, and Henningsen and Manuel Murillo had five apiece. Karl Kennedy recovered two fumbles and Nathan Hase one.
The Falcons (2-0) amassed 413 yards on the ground, led by Trever Ryen, who gained 146 yards on just three carries, and Brent Stickrod, who had 107 yards on 14 carries. Michael Grote added 73 yards on 10 carries and scored two of the Falcons' six touchdowns, and Dalton Hemer gained 71 yards on eight carries. OA-BCIG completed all three of their pass attempts, for an additional 33 yards and one TD.
The Warriors (1-1) will try to rebound in their District opener against West Lyon on Friday at Aurelia.