Archive - Oct 8, 2011 - Sports Article
West Point put themsleves firmly in the drivers seat Friday night, now all they have to do is keep their foot on the gas.
The Green Waveâ€™s ground and pound offense was unstoppable as they ran for 419 total yards in a 37-19 5A Region 1 victory over Clarksdale to move to 3-0 in district play and remain the lone undefeated team after New Hope lost to Hernando.
It was the second long road trip for the Green Wave in the last three weeks.
Hebron Christian had an almost perfect performance Friday night, arguably their best on the season.
The Eagles (4-3) had 363 yards of total offense and scored on four of the first five drives in the first half on their way to a 52-6 victory over Flint Hill on homecoming night.
Head coach Tri Nason said it was a complete team effort in the victory as the Eagles halted a two-game skid in front of a large crowd at home.
Heritage Academy ruined the homecoming festivities Friday night for Oak Hill, shutting out the Raiders 49-0.
It was the fourth time this season the Raiders failed to put any points on the board as they were handed their eighth consecutive loss to remain winless on the season.
The inconsistent Patriots (4-4) rushed for 403 yards in the victory and found the end-zone on seven of the first eight drives.
Starting from their own 22-yard line, the Patriots needed just 10 plays to score the game's first touchdown when Cade Lott connected with Parker Turner from 36-yards away.