It was one of many mistakes made by both teams, which combined for 28 penalties on the night. Thirteen of those came against North, and many were costly, either stalling out a T-Wolves drive or extending a Jaguar one.
In the end, it was too much to overcome for North, which kept it close in the second half but could never land more than a glancing blow. Once, the T-Wolves cut the lead to seven points but Westmoore responded by returning the ensuing kickoff to midfield and then scoring three plays later when Bryson Lee punched it into the end zone. The Jaguars punted just once on the night, with the kick coming with three minutes left in the game.
Lee had a monster game, throwing for 367 yards while running for 91 more on his way to four touchdowns. Dahu Green hauled in three catches for 128 before leaving the field with an injury.
North had big games out of its stars as well, with Cornwell throwing for 340 yards and three scores without an interception, while wide receiver Nick Basquine grabbed 10 balls for 211 yards and three touchdowns.