Apaches whip Lions on Homecoming

Glenbrook:  42
Plain Dealing:  8

After a game opening onside kick and a Plain Dealing drive that quickly moved within the Apache 20-yard line, the Lions looked to have come to town to play spoiler to the Apache homecoming festivities.

Luke Vining had other plans as he busted through the Lion offensive line and grabbed the running back from behind causing a fumble that was recovered by Trey Yetman.

The Apache offense would set up at their own 25 before going on a 5 play, 75-yard scoring drive that was capped off by a 15-yard Ty Feaster touchdown run. The snap on the extra point sailed high and the Apaches led the Lions 6-0.

After the Apache defense force a Lion punt, the offense took over on their own 40-yard line. On their 4th play of the drive, Turner Mclelland took the hand off and raced around the right end for a 23-yard touchdown. DJ Carter then carried the ball in for the 2-point conversion to give the Apaches a 14-0 lead late in the 1st quarter.

The Apache defense forced another Lion punt early in the 2nd quarter to give the Apaches offense the ball at their own 35-yard line. Ty Feaster found Chase Sentell on a 1st down pass for a gain of 56 yards to place the ball inside the Lion’s 10-yard line.

On 2nd down, Ty Feaster found Cason Clemons for a 26-yard touchdown pass. After a successful extra point, the Apaches led 21-0.

On the next defensive possession, the Apaches forced the Lions to attempt a 4th down conversion. The Apache defense stood tall and gave the ball back to their offense at their own 46-yard line.

Ty Feaster quickly found Cason Clemons on a slant for a gain of 48 yards to set the Apache offense up with a 1st and goal from the 1-yard line. On the next play, DJ Cater took the ball in from the 1-yard line for his first touchdown of the night. The successful extra point gave the Apaches a 28-0 lead.

During their next offensive series, the Plain Dealing punter attempted a fake punt that was sniffed out by the Apache defense and gave the Glenbrook offense the ball in great field position inside the Lion 30-yard line.

The Apache offense took just 5 plays to move the ball into the endzone on a 2-yard Colin Gregg run. With the extra point, the Apache lead was now 35-0 later in the 2nd quarter.

As the 2nd quarter came to an end, the two coaching staffs agreed to a running clock for the remainder of the game. Both teams scored a touchdown each in the 2nd half for a final score of 42-8.

The Apaches will be at home again next week as they host the Ringgold Redskins.

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