Apaches turn in dominant defensive performance to win over Magnolia School of Excellence

Glenbrook  51
Magnolia School  6

The Glenbrook Apache defense forced three turnovers and a safety in the Mariners first four possessions Friday night. Not to be out done, the Glenbrook offense scored on each of its six first half possessions to take a 44-0 lead into the half. Final score from Shreveport: 51-6 in favor of the team from Webster Parish.

After recovering a failed on side kick to open the game, the Apaches took just five plays to score as DJ Carter found the end zone from 10 yards out.

The Apache defense quickly established their presence as Grayson Williams pounced on a Mariner fumble on their 11 yard line.

DJ Carter recorded his second rushing touchdown of the night on a 4-yard pitch around the right end.

Collin Greg played spoiler on the Mariners’ next offensive series by picking off an errant pass and giving the Apaches possession at the Magnolia 44 yard line.

Ty Feaster took just one play to find Turner McLelland running open across the middle of the field for the 44-yard touchdown.

Things went from bad to worse for Magnolia as another ill advised Mariner pass was plucked out of the air by Maddox Mandino and returned 26 yards for an Apache touchdown.

After a bad snap on the very next possession, the Mariner offense put the ball into play from their own one-yard line. Hayden Harmon slammed the ball carrier into the end zone to give his team a safety and two points.

With 2:24 remaining in the secondd quarter, Ty Feaster found Maddox Mandino on a quick pass for a 40-yard touchdown.

As time in the first half was winding down, Dayton Sims stepped in front of a Mariner pass for the Apaches’ third interception in the first half.

With less than a minute remaining, Ty Feaster found Rhett Johnson open in the left flat for a catch and run from 59 yards out to round out the scoring for the first half.

With a running clock the entire second half, both teams found the end zone once for the final score of 51-6.

“Our guys took care of business tonight, and it all sets up for a really big game next week at Haynesville,” said Glenbrook head coach David Feaster.

The Apaches move on to 3-2 on the season and 2-2 in District 1-1A.

Next Friday the Apaches will travel to Haynesville for a 7:30 p.m. kick off.

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