The win was the 87th consecutive district 2-5A victory for the Rebels.
West Monroe jumped out to a 10-0 first quarter lead when ASH had a field goal wiped out due to a false start then missed the retry.
Kahmann set up a Wright touchdown run with his own 67 yard jaunt. Wright scored from nine-yards out three plays later.
The score started a string of five consecutive possessions ending in points by the West Monroe offense.
“It is definitely a good stepping block for us to build off of and everything,” Kahmann said. “We want to get to the point where we can be that consistent. It is something to build on.”
Kahman finished the night with 78 yards rushing and 102 yards through the air including a touchdown pass to tight end Rylan Green in the third quarter.
The next Trojan possession ended with a punt snap over the punter's head and the Rebels had a short field leading to a 22-yard Reece Aultman field goal.
West Monroe defensive back Noby Harris got the defense in on the scoring action with his 47-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter to put the game away.
“That’s what you are supposed to do,” West Monroe coach Jerry Arledge said of turning ASH turnovers into points. “You hope to be able to do – benefit off of bad things that the other team does. And a lot of it is self inflicted.”
West Monroe hosts Pineville for Homecoming next Friday on Don Shows Field at Rebel Stadium.