The Bluejays took on the McDonald County Mustangs on Friday, Sept. 1.
The final score was 14-34 with a loss for Marshfield. The Jays threw for 70 yards and rushed for 72. The Mustangs rushed a total of 370 yards.
"We are still adjusting on offense and defense to help put our guys in the best possible positions to be successful," said head coach Cody Bull. "We played hard. We made big improvements from week one in all areas. We continue to show explosiveness on offense and special teams with a couple of long touchdowns from Tyce Jones and MJ Gritts."
The Jays take on Hollister on Friday, Sept. 8.
"Hollister is always a quality opponent," added Bull. "I expect to see even more improvement going in to week three."
The Indians traveled to Ava to face the Bears on Friday, Sept. 1.
“We struggled with penalties and snapping over the quarterback’s head,” said head coach Tim Hester. “We had 35 total offensive plays. Five were penalties and 4 were snap over the quarterbacks head. It seems like Ava was lucky when it came to our mistakes. Most of our first downs were off a first and 15, or more, in almost every series. We had no rhythm.”
The Indians lost to the Bears 7-38.
“We had some good stops inside the red zone, but could not hold them off,” Hester remarked.
The Indians face off against St. Francis Borgia on Friday, Sept. 8.
“We’re looking to be fundamentally sound on offensive side, and finish tackles defensivesly when we face off against St. Francis,” said Hester. “That’ll be a tough task, knowing that St. Francis is a good team.”
The Wildcats hosted the Lamar Tigers on Friday, Sept. 1.
The Tigers were coming off of a big win against the Bluejays in week one.
Logan-Rogersville struck early with a pick-six from linebacker Kolbey Ballowe from the Wildcat’s own 18 yard line. Though they managed one more touchdown, it wasn’t enough to hand Lamar their first loss of the season. The Wildcats lost 14-34 and are 1-1 coming out of week two.
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