ALLENDALE, Mich. — After a Northwood touchdown opened the scoring early, it was all Grand Valley on Saturday night at Lubbers Stadium.
Cade Peterson would throw four touchdown passes, two to Hunter Rison, one to Northview high school alum Cody Tierney, and another to Jaylon Tillman.
The Lakers would also score five rushing touchdowns; two each from Aryaun Cain-Veasey and Jack Provencher along with a quarterback keep from Cal Endicott.
Another packed house tonight at Lubbers Stadium — there’s no place like it. pic.twitter.com/bXcpvF5mMw— Zach Harig (@FOX17Zach) October 10, 2021
On special teams, Denzel Williams would come up with a punt block while Grant Hart would take it back for a touchdown to pad the lead.
All in all, the Lakers would celebrate a 70-9 win to improve to 5-0 on the season. Head coach Matt Mitchell celebrates his 100th win at the helm of the Lakers' program with the victory as Grand Valley now gets set to host fellow unbeaten Ferris State next week at Lubbers Stadium.