Frankston running back Treston Coleman won’t forget his last home game anytime soon. His 298 rushing yards against the Winona Wildcats puts him at 1,844 rushing yards on the year, a school record. He also had 4 touchdowns to help lead the Indians to a 47-0 win over Winona.
With the win — and West Rusk’s loss to Arp — the Indians clinched a playoff spot and District 9-2A, Division II’s second-seed.
Frankston will take on New Waverly (5-5) at 7 p.m. Saturday in Buffalo.
Caleb Williams had four carries for 101 yards and 2 touchdowns.
The Indians’ first touchdown came on their first drive. A 32-yard run and an 8-yard reception from Coleman were capped off by his 1-yard touchdown run to go up 6-0 just over four minutes into the game.
His next touchdown came from two yards out with eight seconds left in the quarter. It followed his 26-yard run on first down and a 37-yard run from quarterback Michael Warren. That spread the Indians score to 12-0.
Williams saw the end zone for the first time to score Frankston’s next touchdown on an 11-yard run. Coleman ran in the 2-point conversion to go up 20-0.
That wasn’t the last touchdown before halftime though. Coleman tacked on his third of the night from seven yards out to go up 27-0.
After about a minute and a half in to the third quarter, Coleman scored his final touchdown on a 16-yard run to go up 33-0.
Moments later, Warren connected with receiver Andrew Dansby for a 20-yard touchdown pass to go up 40-0.
The final touchdown came on the first play of the possession when Williams took the handoff from 50-yards out to the house to cap off the night with a 47-0 final.