A defensive battle early quickly turned into the Josh Wong show in the final three quarters.

A defensive battle early quickly turned into the Josh Wong show in the final three quarters.
Wong ran for 211 yards and three touchdowns as the Chargers handed the Knights their second loss in a row with a 38-14 win at Martin Luther College.
After no scoring in the first quarter, including a big goal line stand by the Knights, Wong broke a 51-yard touchdown run to break the scoring drought. Wong wasn’t done there though.
He scored a nine-yard touchdown on the ensuing possession and the Chargers were off and running.
Facing a 22-0 deficit at halftime, the Knights knew they needed a spark.
They opened the second half with a bouncing kick that the Chargers misplayed, and the Knights took over.
Nick Strate led a nice drive to get the Knights on the scoreboard and capped it off with a 10-yard touchdown run to cut the lead to 22-8.
But the Chargers (3-2) had the answer and once again, it was Wong.
On the first play, Wong took the ball 57 yards for a touchdown and the Chargers were back up big.
The Knights (2-3) answered right back with a Ryan Heinrichs seven-yard touchdown catch, but that was as close as they would get as the Chargers defense settled in the rest of the game.
Nathan Schroepfer was once again the workhorse in the backfield. Schroepfer carried the ball 25 times for 73 yards. Heinrichs finished with three catches for 16 yards and a score. It was the third straight game in which  Heinrichs has caught a touchdown pass as he has really stepped up for the Knights the past few weeks.
The Knights will look to bounce back this Friday in their homecoming game. They host the Red Rock Central Falcons at 7 p.m.