Yates gets win by holding Furr’s explosive offense out of Endzone
Yates has a great game plan and although they allow over 300-yards of offense to Furr, they hold them to only two scores to win 20-13.
Going into this game it was said that it would be a high scoring affair as both teams have had great success getting the ball in the endzone. It was Yates defense who rose to the challange and held Furr out of the endzone. At the end of the first quarter there was no score as both teams had trouble on offense.
Yates started the scoring when Ma’Cajah Freeman caught a 18-yard pass from Anthony Franklin. They would miss the extra point. Furr would come right back with a score of their own when Brandon Foster ran 26-yards for the score. Furr led 7-6 at the end of the first half.
Yates would score twice in the third quarter, Once on a 230-yard reception by Freeman and again on a 11-yard run from Anthony Martin. Furr would score again with 3:43 left in the fourth on a 21-yard pass from Avery Davis to Letwan Veal but were unable to score again.
Reagan dominates Austin and holds them scoreless for the win
Reagan played a great game and dominated Austin as they won 41-0 and extended their record to 6-1 for the year.
Reagan started the scoring as they drove down the field and got in the endzone from a 1-yard run by Eric Duran. On their next two possessions, they would score with John Coss on runs of five and four yards respectively. Reagan would get two more scores before halftime, a 8-yard reception to Trevor O’Reilly from Duran and a 3-yard run from Coss. They went in at the half up 35-0.
They would score quickly in the third quarter on a 23-yard pass from Byron Washington to Shane Johnson. That would be the final score.
Wheatley tallies over 400-yards of offense as they dominate Lee 55-6
Wheatley could not be stopped as they dominated Lee in a lopsided victory. They won 55-6.
Floyd Green started the score for Wheatley when he ran 1-yard for a touchdown early in the first quarter. Their weren’t any more scores in the first but Wheatley was able to score 33-points in the second quarter. The first score came on a 20-yard pass from Dave Booker to David Williams. On their next possession, they scored on a 46-yard run from Green.
They got two more touchdown passes from Booker when he threw a 12-yard pass to Chris Whisler and a 39-yard pass to David Williams. Booker would also score a rushing touchdown from 2 yards out and Wheatley would lead at the half 40-0.
Lee would score in the third quarter on a 21-yard pass from Antonio McCoy to Vincent North. They fumbled the ball on the extra point and Kevin Morries would return it 85-yards for the score to give Wheatley 2 points. Wheatley scored two more times when De’Avian Wright rushed for a 8-yard touchdown and Derris Bradley rushed for a 12-yard touchdown run.