Archive for Friday, October 12, 2007

Freshman Cougars clip Warhawks’ wings

October 12, 2007

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The South Cougars freshman football team traveled to West on Thursday for the next-to-last game of the year for both teams. The Cougars jumped out early on the home team and never looked back as they came away with a 30-0 victory.

South (4-3) took care of business in the first quarter by opening with a solid rushing attack. Quarterback Chris Gaston finished off the Cougars opening drive with a 15-yard touchdown run for a quick lead. Tylin Heath added the 2-point conversion for an 8-0 South lead.

The Cougars went to the air on their next drive and two plays in Gaston hit receiver Clarke Cunningham for a 60-yard touchdown strike, Heath added another conversion for a 16-0 lead.

The defense of the Cougars stepped in to add to the scoring with a 50-yard interception return by Austin Flory, effectively putting West out of the game.

Jon Pederson gave South one more offensive strike, as he ran the second-half kick-off back for a touchdown. That quick strike gave the Cougars their margin of victory.

South plays host to Southwest on Thursday at Lawrence High.

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