Justin Morrison rushed for four touchdowns.

"Our mission this year is to dominate," said Wayne head coach Dave Marean. "Our program is to the point where instead of just getting these kids to understand how to compete, (but also how to) dominate in the little things."
In Friday night's "Border Bowl" against Palmyra-Macedon, Wayne did just that, and emerged victorious, 45-6, behind an unstoppable rushing attack, becoming the first home team to win the event.
Senior running back Justin Morrison paved the way for Wayne, scoring four touchdowns, the first coming with five minutes left in the first quarter, when he helped the Eagles draw first blood with his 9-yard run to make it 7-0. Morrison struck again before the quarter ended, taking a pitch and running for his second touchdown of the night to make it 14-0.
With 5:13 left in the half, Kyle Gallo joined Morrison in the Eagle onslaught, running in a short touchdown to bring it to 21-0 after the extra point. The passing game also put first-half points on the board when Cameron Laforce made a nice twisting catch on a pass from Nathan Currier with 4:05 left in the half.
The Red Raiders finally got on the board with just six seconds left in the first half when quarterback Stephen Morrell found fellow senior Jevon Benson in the end zone. The two-point conversion failed, however, leading to the halftime score of 28-6.
The second half began with a bang, as the Eagles, starting on their own 45-yard line, gave the ball to Morrison, who proceeded to run it all the way to the end zone to make it 35-6 after the extra point. He scored again later in the period and Devon Tunley added a field goal in the fourth quarter.
Marean said that some of Morrison's success was because of the offensive line in front of him.
"It really starts with our guys up front. We've got five kids who are very physical, and aggressive, and get after it," he said, "It's hard to stop a kid like Justin Morrison in the backfield when you've got guys pushing people around up front."
Morrison said he thought that almost "everything" went right in the game, and also singled out the offensive line, saying, "They were working really hard today." And as for the rest of the season?
"Hopefully I can perform the same, but only time will tell," Morrison said.
After the game, Pal-Mac coach Steve Sanzo tried to look at the positives.
"Our kids played hard," he said. "Wayne definitely came out and took it to us, (and) I tip my hat to the Wayne football team ... They were more physical than us and outplayed us at every position."
The Eagles visit Midlakes at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, while the Red Raiders host Geneva at the same time.