As the 2-3-1 Indiana Cutters got off to a slow start on Saturday, the Warriors took advantage and ran away with the victory 30-14 in Noblesville.
The Cutter’s ball possession was limited at best which put them at an immediate disadvantage. Holding on to the football was a problem as new starting quarterback for the Cutters, Chaz Norton, threw two interceptions. He was responsible for most of the Cutters’ offense, though, throwing a touchdown pass to Sydney Moore and rushing one in himself. Norton finished the game with the game 5-16 passing and 19 carries for 90 yards.
It was too late for the Cutters who had seemed to find their groove as the Warriors had too large a lead in the fourth quarter. The Warriors made the deep ball look easy on Saturday as they completed only eight passes for 245 yards and three touchdowns. The Warriors’ passing attack was hard to stop as the Cutters managed to only get one interception on the Warriors.
The Indiana Cutters will take on the Indianapolis Tornados at home on Saturday in Martinsville.