GILLETT — Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy had a tough time doing anything on offense against Gillett in a 38-0 football loss on Thursday night. 

The Titans ran a total of 29 plays for 4 yards against Gillett's 4-1-4 and didn't have a rush for a positive gain all night. Lena/STAA finished with -31-yards rushing and the only positive yardage gained was from quarterback Logan Shallow who went 2-4 for 35 yards. 

Gillett's Bo Krueger, who leads the MONLPC-8 man conference in rushing by a hefty margin, scored the first touchdown of the game with 6:43 to play in the first quarter to give the Tigers a 6-0 lead after the 2-point conversion was no good. 

Shallow returned the ensuing kickoff for the Titans 72-yards all the way down to Gillett's 12-yard line, but the offense didn't gain a yard and went four-and-out to give the ball back to the Tigers. 

Krueger found the endzone again with 10 seconds remaining in the half on a 5-yard run and Logan Block converted the 2-point try to hike the lead to 14-0. 

With 8:04 left in the third quarter, Krueger struck again. This time running one in from 51 yards and he took the liberty of converting the 2-point try on his own to push the lead to 22-0. 

Gillett quarterback Brock Herzog hooked up with Sam Lemens for a 71-yard touchdown pitch-and-catch shortly after in the third quarter, and Krueger ended the scoring with a 64-yard touchdown  early in the fourth. 

Krueger rushed for 210 yards on 18 carries, his third game this season with over 200 yards, and four touchdowns. Herzog completed 3-6 attempts for 83 yards and a touchdown and Sam Lemens caught two passes for 81 yards and a score. 

Shallow linked up with Simon Gard on the biggest play for Lena/STAA on the day and Gard finished with one catch for 26 yards. 

The Titans host Gibralter and Gillett plays host to Newman Catholic at 7 p.m. Friday.