FOSTORIA - Downriver ran downhill all night, and almost always over St. Wendelin.
Jacob Gorman and Kyle Johnson each ran for a touchdown and more than 140 yards, and Johnson added a TD pass Saturday as Downriver spoiled St. Wendelin's homecoming with a 55-14 victory.
Gorman scored on an 8-yard run en route to 153 yards on 17 carries for the Wolfpack, and Johnson ran in from 5 yards out in the second period on his way to 11 rushes for 145 yards as part his team's 481-yard ground attack.
Johnson's touchdown pass covered 18 yards to Mitchell Bezeau in a back-and-fourth third quarter.
St. Wendelin got that period off to a rousing start when Austin Reinhart sprinted yards on the half's first play, then bulled in from a yard out two snaps later.
Downriver answered with the Johnson-to-Bezeau connection with 8:51 left, but Reinhart returned the ensuing kickoff 67 yards for another touchdown.
Isaac Grubke plowed in from 2 yards out for the Wolfpack later in the period.
Downriver's other TDs came on Bezeau's 14-yard run and Zach Cholette's 1-yard dive in the second quarter, Caleb Patrick's 8-yard sprint in the fourth quarter and Tyler Steven's 11-yard interception return in the fourth period.
Reinhart ran 19 times for 95 yards for the Mohawks, who had to play without regular quarterback Zack Miller, who is out for the rest of the season with a cracked rib.