The Glenbrook Apaches were forced to take a glimpse into next season as they took on Beekman Charter Friday night with their only two seniors out with season ending injuries.
The Apaches wasted little time as Ty Feaster hit Turner Mclelland for a 44 yard touchdown strike on the first play from scrimmage. After a successful extra point by Feaster, the score was 7-0 with 11:48 remaining in the 1st quarter.
The Apache defense got in on the scoring as two huge sacks by Preston Pope and Mason Farnell forced the Tigers to punt from their own 29 yard line. The snap sailed over the punter’s head and into the end zone, where Landry Powell jumped on the loose ball for the Apache’s second score of the night. With the extra point successful, the Apaches now led 14-0 with 10:28 to go in the 1st quarter.
After another strong defensive effort forced a Tiger 3 and out, the Apache punt rush forced an errant punt that went out of bounds at the Beekman 16 yard line.
The Apache offense took full advantage as Ty Feaster threw a slant route to Cason Clemons, who slashed between two defenders as he raced into the end zone for the 16 yard touchdown. With the extra point, the Apaches led 21-0.
The Glenbrook defense once again forced the Tiger punt team into action, but a muffed punt return gave Beekman life at the Apache 40 yard line.
After allowing a 13 yard pass, and the Tiger’s first 1st down of the game, Hayden Harmon and Landry Powell combined for a big sack of the Beekman quarterback that set up a 4th and 20 from the Apache 30 yard line. The Tiger’s fourth down pass attempt fell harmlessly to the ground and the Apaches took over with 14 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
A 52 yard run by Chase Sentell set the Apache offense up inside the Tiger 10 yard line. Tre Kent then took the toss around the left end and into the end zone or the touchdown. After the successful Feaster extra point, the lead was extend to 28-0.
A Garret Brown interception on the Tiger’s next possession, set the Apache offense up on their opponent’s 28 yard line.
A block in the back penalty on the Apaches pushed the ball back to the 41 yard line. On the very next play, DJ Carter burst through the line of scrimmage on a 41 yard jaunt into the end zone. Ty Feaster was once again right between the uprights on the extra point and the Apaches led 35-0.
A Hayden Harmon interception gave the Apache offense one more chance to put points on the board in the first half.
Landry Powell took the snap and called his own number while taking the ball across the goal line from 31 yards out. A successful Diego Morales extra point made the score 42-0 as the first half came to an end.
Beekman received the second half kick off and set up shop at their own 35 yard line.
Another great defensive effort forced the Tigers to punt from their own 25 yard line. Once again the snap sailed over the punter’s head and into the end zone for the safety and an Apache lead of 44-0.
Grayson Williams scored from 9 yards out on the very next Apache offensive possession. A Diego Morales extra point made the score 51-0.
Beekman scored two touchdowns late in the 4th quarter to bring the final score to 51-14.
The Apache offense racked up 356 yards and 6 touchdowns on just 20 plays.
The Apache defense forced 2 turnovers and sacked the Tiger quarterback 4 times while allowing just 105 total yards.
Next week the Apaches return home for the final game of the season, as they welcome the Arcadia Hornets to town. Game time is 7 p.m.
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