RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Senior tailback Dorian Lewis ran for 175 yards on 22 carries Friday night, scoring three short touchdowns, as No. 2 Cleveland celebrated its annual Stormcoming with a decisive 35-10 victory over unranked Mayfield.
After a scoreless first quarter, in which the Storm defense kept Mayfield (2-1) from scoring despite a first-and-goal at the CHS 10, the Trojans opened the scoring on a 28-yard field goal for their lone lead of the game.
The Storm (3-1) led 14-3 at halftime, and scored three unanswered touchdowns: on a 57-yard pass from Jeff Davison to Trey Ortega, plus 5- and 2-yard runs by Lewis. That second TD by Lewis came after Ortega intercepted a pass from Mayfield quarterback Zach Ingram on the Trojans’ 38.
Nine plays later after Ortega’s pick, Lewis — who’d temporarily left the game after a hard hit — scored his 2-yard TD.