The Glenbrook Apaches are looking to get back in the win column this week with an impromptu home game vs. 2-0 Lincoln Prep.
By Monday morning the location of Friday’s game vs Lincoln Prep was up in the air. The Panthers’ new stadium has yet to be completed, and a conflict with scheduling kept the game from being played at Grambling State University. By Monday afternoon, the two schools agreed to play the game in Minden.
The Panthers will bring a 2-0 record into Apache Stadium where their offense has averaged over 45 points per game and the defense has only allowed their opponents to cross the goal line once so far this season.
The Apaches, fresh off a 58-14 loss at the hands of the #1 ranked Calvary Cavaliers, will look to build off a moral victory of sorts. The Apaches were only down 16-14 midway through the 2nd quarter and had plenty of reasons to feel good about their efforts. “We put up a fight and our kids knew they belonged and they held their own with the best team in the state for a portion of the game,” said coach David Feaster.
The Apache defense, led by Rhett Johnson and Hayden Harmon, will look to slow down the high powered Panther offense.
Maddox Mandino and DJ Carter will lead the offense in its efforts to score early and often against an extremely stingy Panther defense that has held their opponents in check in their first two games.
Kick off will be at 7 p.m. Friday night at Glenbrook, as the Apaches look to earn their first district 1-1A victory.
To report an issue or typo with this article – CLICK HERE