MODEST– There was obvious that was the much more physical group Thursday night.Grand Oaks outmuscled Kingwood Park to a 42-14 gain Kingwood Park in a non-district game at Turner Stadium.
The win kept the Grizzles (3-0) unbeaten on the period in just their second period of existence at the Course 6A level.
“We tested them tonight to be physical,” Grand Oaks trainer Mike Jackson claimed. “The two things we want our gamers to do is to play physical as well as be the even more disciplined on the field. It’s what obtained us the ‘W’ tonight.”
On the second offensive play of the game, running back Brandon High scored on a 37-yard touchdown run for Grand Oaks.
High completed the video game with 11 brings for 143 yards with three touchdowns for the Grizzles.
On Grand Oaks’ 3rd offensive drive of the video game it scored on its first pass effort of the game.
A Lot More High School Sports News Quarterback Jacob Smith hit Quanell Farrakhan Jr., for a 55-yard goal pass with 1:50 left in the first quarter to provide the Grizzles a 15-0 lead on Kingwood Park after a two-point conversion.
Farrakhan was a risk out of the backfield and also as a pass receiver. He do with five carries for 89 with one touchdown on the ground after that had 4 functions for 121 lawns with one goal for the Grizzles.
Grand Oaks competed a total of 286 lawns versus Kingwood.
“We have been scoring well until now this period,” Jackson claimed. “We have an unconventional violation that’s difficult to prepare for in a week. Last year we couldn’t throw the round well. We lack the Wing-T and mix it in with some traditional passing game and also some new school things also.
“It has gotten better given that we have opened up the institution as well as our individuals were able to move the ball.”
Kingwood Park (1-2) got on the scoreboard in the 2nd quarter with the assistance of unique groups.
Hudson Gary obstructed a Grand Oaks punt in the end zone then dropped on the ball for the goal.
The Grizzles really did not take lengthy to respond to as Farrakhan ran down the sideline for a 54-yard goal run.
At halftime, Grand Oaks went into the locker space with a 29-7 lead and the Grizzles never ever looked back.
Kingwood Park scored its first touchdown of the game in the 4th quarter when student quarterback Jaxon Simms gotten in touch with Pierce Richardson for a 33-yard goal pass.
Those were the initial factors the Grizzles have quit to a challenger all period on the defensive side of the round.
Grand Oaks came into the game outscoring its challengers 123-0.
The Grizzles had 2 interceptions in the video game.
Jackson mored than happy to be 3-0 with his Grizzles, however there’s still function to be done this period.
“They do not provide you a playoff spot to be 3-0 in non-district,” Jackson claimed. “This program has actually grown a great deal quicker than we thought. We believe that we have developed a winning tradition in a short time. With this win we’re 23-10 in institution history having separate varsity timetable. We wish to construct one video game at once as well as one video game at once. We will return and also consider the film, but we’re onto the following game as well as a fantastic week of technique.”
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