Dexter Smith was a one-man wrecking crew for Two Rivers on Saturday, combining for 309 yards of total offense as the visiting Raiders knocked off Kettle Moraine Lutheran 28-14.
Smith completed 78 percent of his passes, going 21-for-27 with 192 yards and a touchdown, while gaining 117 yards on the ground including two more scores to lead Two Rivers.
Also doing a little bit of everything for the Raiders was Scott Skornicka, who is making the transition from offensive lineman to running back. Skornicka ran the ball 10 times for 34 yards and touchdown while hauling in six passes for 53 yards.
A Smith 34-yard touchdown run got Two Rivers on the board first and the Raiders led 8-7 after the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Skornicka rumbled in from 10-yards out before Lutheran answered right back with a touchdown of their own. Smith’s second scoring run of the afternoon, this time from three-yards, gave the visitors a 22-14 advantage entering halftime.
The only scoring in the second half came on a 28-yard strike from Smith to receiver Ethan Willman as the Raiders defense held Lutheran in check the rest of the way.
Two Rivers plays host to West Bend West on Friday.