Law football defeats Bassick, six players score touchdowns

Law's DeShon Cummings (4) and Jack Sellman (14) look to make a play in the win over Bassick

Law's DeShon Cummings (4) and Jack Sellman (14) look to make a play in the win over Bassick

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Jonathan Law scored four touchdowns in the opening period when it turned back Bassick 42-18 at Lawmen Stadium on Friday.

Six players scored touchdowns for coach Chris Haley, as the Devonites improved to 2-0.

John Neider 5-yard touchdown run put Law on the board.

Beckett Agria added a 3-yard run through traffic, and Matt Hagerty ran for the two-point conversion, to make it 14-0.

Cody Dineson, whose long punt return earlier set up a score, ran an interception back for a touchdown.

Amadeus Betancourt completed the period with a touchdown pass from Neider. Spencer Hannon added the second of four conversion kicks.

Sam Costantini ran 19 yards for a touchdown, and Lucas Pincus-Coyle ran it in from 3 yards out, in the second period.

Bassick (0-2) scored twice in the final quarter, once on the final play of the game.