Balanced Bryan County beats Groves

September 19, 2015 - garden totes

Balanced Bryan County beats Groves

Bryan County played a purpose of spoiler Friday in Garden City, violence Groves 27-12 on a Rebels’ homecoming night.

Bryan County (1-3) scored on a initial 3 security to take a autocratic 20-0 lead early in a second quarter. The Redskins, who used 7 opposite round carriers in a game, scored on their opening possession on a five-play, 56-yard drive.

Bryan County’s using behind Kimonti Murray scored from 34-yards out by holding an interior run to a outward and ripping down a sidelines for a touchdown.

After using a round each play of their initial drive, a Redskins took to a atmosphere on their second possession.

Sophomore quarterback Gage Hagan calculated a handoff afterwards rolled out to his right before rising a low pass towards receiver T.C. Pippen. A 5-foot-9 senior, Pippen hauled in a pass and pennyless a integrate of tackles before finally being brought down during a Rebel 14-yard line. Hagan finished a diversion going 2 of 2 flitting for 106 yards.

But a bulk of a repairs doled out by a Redskins came on a ground. Three opposite round carriers rushed for over 40 yards including beginner DeVante Anderson, who ran for dual touchdowns and a game-high 55 yards on 10 carries. Murray finished with 53 yards and a measure on 8 carries while youth Markez Bostick tallied 42 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.

“We’ve got a series of backs who can receptacle a football,” Bryan County manager Allen Cartwright pronounced after a game. “We talked about gripping all of them uninformed tonight, and we’re really propitious to have a fast of using backs to lift a load.”

Groves (0-4) got on a house late in a second quarter, though didn’t need a offense to do so. After backing adult to punt for a third true possession, a Rebels’ Dwayne Goldwire took a snap and was off to a races. Goldwire, only a sophomore, sprinted 70 yards for a touchdown to cut a necessity to 20-6. But interjection to a miserly Redskin defense, a Rebels never got closer than that.

“I’m intensely unapproachable of a approach a invulnerability played tonight” pronounced Cartwright. “They bent their necks when they had to and kept them out of a finish section for a many part.”

Despite a Rebel offense struggling all diversion long, Groves did have a few splendid spots. Freshman quarterback Tykiem Hines was 6 of 13 flitting for 47 yards and dual interceptions. The interceptions, however, came on a forsaken pass and a game-ending heave. Running behind Earl Hamilton carried 14 times for 52 yards and a touchdown.

The win was a initial for a Redskins, relocating them to 1-0 in segment play, and according to Cartwright, it competence lead to some-more success down a road.

“We’re still training how to win, though we’re undefeated where it counts,” pronounced Cartwright. “Our idea is to make a state playoffs, and once we get there, anything can happen.”

Bryan Co. 14 6 7 0 — 27

Groves 0 6 0 6 — 12

BC- Kimonti Murray 34 run (Christian Thomas kick)

BC- DeVante Anderson 14 run (Thomas kick)

BC- Anderson 4 run (kick failed)

GHS- Dwayne Goldwire 70 run (kick failed)

BC- Markez Bostick 11 run (Thomas kick)

GHS- Earl Hamilton 1 run (pass failed)

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