Brandon Clark and his staff didn’t expect Friday night to go without hiccups. It was certainly fair after missing two games and only having two days of practices to go along with a depleted receiving corps.

It’s why Derby (3-1) leaned on what it knows best and a multifaceted rushing attack. Senior quarterback Lem Wash and sophomore running back Dylan Edwards each tallied three scores as it routed rival Campus, 48-6, in its return to the field.

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