MUNSTER | The Philadelphia Eagles can score at will when all systems are "go." Much like Andrean's football team.
The unbeaten Times No. 1 59ers entered Friday night's Northwest Crossroads Conference matchup at Munster averaging 50 points per game and outscoring opponents 150-74.
Offensively, the 3A power covers more real estate than McColly.
And not against cupcakes, with eight of its nine scheduled games against teams in Class 4A or higher.
Munster wasn't in awe, playing the 59ers to a 20-20 tie the second half before running out of gas, 41-27.
Matt DeSomer again led the Andrean express, passing for 312 yards and two touchdowns and rushing for 179 yards and two more scores.
He also intercepted a Joe Jumonville pass in the endzone that would've shaved Andrean's lead to 21-14.
It wasn't all DeSomer as Andrean (4-0, 1-0) also added 91 yards rushing and a touchdown from Trevor Berg while Donovan Chandler was catching everything in sight -- nine receptions for 245 yards and two TDs.
Munster (2-2,1-1) suffered a blow when leading rusher Seth Gutwein tied it at 7-7 early on his 68-yard run, but suffered an ankle injury that parked him on the bench the remainder of the night.
Jumonville did his best to make it a game by throwing for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Zack Pickett had six catches for 158 yards and one TD.
With Gutwein reduced to spectator the final three quarters, running back Jeff Proctor shaking off a vicious hit on a punt return, Steve Herndon already out for the season with knee surgery and Dom Lucito handling much of the load Friday night, the hosts still would not go quietly.
An onside kick and two quick TDs by the Mustangs accounted for the final.