Walker head coach Ben Williamson was happy to get the win, the third of the year, matching the win total of each of the last two years.
"It's always good to get a win," Williamson said.
He was particularly proud to send his seniors out on a high note.
"I'm really happy for our seniors," Williamson added.
Kasian carried the ball 12 times, scored two touchdowns on 207 total yards, 135 receiving and 72 receiving. He also had an interception on the Wolverine 1-yard line to stop a 16-play Eagle drive.
Sam Yarborough helped by spreading the Eagle defense, completing 10 of 16 passes for 175 yards with no interceptions.
"Sam (Yarborough) had a great game," Williamson said. "He made some great passes."
Yarborough benefitted from Kasian's play as well.
"Fortunately, our run game opened that up for us," Williamson added.
Walker took the momentum in the second quarter and marched deep into Eagle territory, aided by Yarborough's sharp passing and a 29-yard run by Kasian.
With a first and goal at the Eagle two-yard line, Kasian coughed the ball up at the line but jumped on it immediately to save the drive.
Not missing a beat, Kasian punched it in to get the Wolverines on the board.
Walker took just three plays on its next possession to score again, this time on a 62-yard pass to Chris Graham.
After converting the two-point play, the score was 14-0, where it stood through the end of the half.
The Wolverines closed their scoring with a 10-play drive, culminating in an 8-yard score by Kasian.