The Glenbrook Apaches got their first taste of football action as a member of the LHSAA on Friday night when they hosted Parker’s Chapel High School out of El Dorado, Arkansas.
The two teams took part in a controlled scrimmage where each team’s offense took turns running 12 plays.
Glenbrook scored eight touchdowns while holding Parker’s Chapel out of the end zone.
Scoring for the Apaches were DJ Carter on touchdown runs of 15 and 70 yards, Tre Kent on a 44-yard touchdown run, and a 70-yard touchdown pass from Easton Sanders to Collin Greg.
In the live quarter, it was more of the same for the dominant Apaches as they scored three times while a stifling defense held the Trojans in check. Chase Sentell started the scoring with a 3-yard touchdown run. On the ensuing defensive series, Maddox Mandino stepped in front of an errant pass and returned the interception 60 yards for a touchdown. After another defensive stop, Ty Feaster connected with Turner McLelland for a 35-yard touchdown pass to round out the scoring.
“We were really pleased with our performance tonight. WThere was a great crowd, I believe it was one of the biggest we have had throughout my time here,” said head coach David Feaster. “It was just a really great night for us. We hope to build on this and continue to improve and have a great season.”