Daniel Boone ended his high school football season on a high note Friday night.

The Blazers beat Fleetwood 35-8 in the Lancaster-Lebanon Section 3 final at Fleetwood.

“Winning is all about us,” Daniel Boone coach Rob Flowers said. “We fought and fought all year.”

The Blazers (1-5, 2-8) were led by quarterback Dean Rother, who rushed for 181 yards on just six carries. The junior had runs of 43, 73 and 58 yards.

“Dean has been playing well for a while,” Flowers said. “He will continue to improve.”

Rotter completed 7 of 13 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He had four completions of at least 25 yards.

“He won five games last year as a sophomore,” Flowers said. “He’s turning into a really good football player.”

Daniel Boone opened the scoring early in the first quarter when Rother found senior wide receiver Robby Burns for a 26-yard touchdown.

Boone added to the lead late in the first quarter. Offensive lineman Jesse Smith became a running back and raced into the end zone from the 1. The senior had two carries for 5 yards.

The Blazers extended their lead early in the second quarter when Kayden Talosky scored on a 7-yard run. The senior finished with five carries for 64 yards.

Daniel Boone, making it 28-0, scored again less than three minutes later when Rother found running back Ethan Criman for an 11-yard touchdown.

The Blazers scored their final touchdown late in the first half on a 1-yard run by senior Ryan Souder. Boone finished with 408 yards of total offense, 251 on the ground.

After going scoreless through the first three quarters, Fleetwood (0-6, 2-8) got on the board late in the fourth quarter when quarterback Tristan McFarland found tight end Owen Koch for a 27-yard touchdown. McFarland scored on a drawn quarterback on the ensuing two-point conversion to make it 35-8.

“We played a lot of young guys,” Tigers coach Steve Pangburn said. “We need to develop our young guys for the future.”

McFarland, primarily a wide receiver, played quarterback for Fleetwood in the second half. The sophomore completed 4 of 7 passes for 32 yards and a score, ran for 55 yards on five carries and had three catches for 23 yards.

Junior Jack Rifle started at quarterback for the Tigers. He completed 10 of 21 passes for 96 yards in the first half.