CHAMPAIGN — Carson Camp and CJ Lewis each threw for more than 100 yards Friday night to help Class 6A No. 3-state ranked Normal West High School to a 48-7 Big 12 Conference victory over Champaign Centennial at Tommy Stewart Field.
Camp was 6 of 8 for 110 yards and two touchdowns. Lewis completed 9 of 13 for 131 yards and one score.
The Wildcats improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Big 12, while Centennial dropped to 1-2 and 1-1.
"A great effort. We played at our level tonight," said West coach Darren Hess. "I was just worried about having a lull but we didn't miss a beat and got a lot of our kids in."
Junior Armani Forrest led the West rushing attack with 77 yards and a touchdown on two carries. His brother, star senior running back Genesis Forrest, did not play for the second straight week because of a knee injury.
The Wildcats' receiving corps was paced by CJ Davis with five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. Armani Forrest and Malik Tucker also caught scoring passes and Adriel Fussell scored on an interception return.
"CJ Davis had a great game at receiver and running the ball on the jet sweep," said Hess. "Armani Forrest was explosive and Fussell had a key interception in the first half that kept us going."
DaVion McQuarter had two solo tackles and five assists for West, while Sa'Vion Galloway added one solo and seven assists.
Skyler Hufeld's three solos and four assists included a tackle for loss.