Posted On: 12/1/19 2:51 AM

Cover photo by Aaron Lavinsky

The Wayzata Trojans' running game dominated the 6A title game on Friday night. Senior running back Christian Vasser tied or broke two Prep Bowl rushing records en route to a 35-20 victory over Champlin Park. Vasser ended with 285 yards on 49 carries – Prep Bowl record - and five touchdowns -tied a Prep Bowl record.
The Trojans ran 57 offensive plays – 53 of the plays were runs. The offense scored touchdowns on five of their nine drives. One of those drives that didn't score was a one-play drive at the end of the first half, and another was a six-play drive that ran out the fourth quarter game clock.
The offensive line – Jac Carver, Joe Salonek, Alec Rasmussen, Tyler Magnuson, Graham Viggers, and tight end Luke Bodine had their way with the Rebels' front seven. They ran where-ever they wanted, whenever they wanted. They ran straight at the defense, but most of their big chunk plays came off trap plays.
With the ability to read accounts of the game pretty much everywhere, this story is going to break down the Wayzata trap play that wrecked the Rebels' defense and

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