The Jays traveled to Hollister to take on the Tigers at their field on Friday, Sept. 8.
The game kicked off with Marshfield setting the tone with a first quarter 25-yard rushing touchdown by RB Dayvion Harris. QB Tyce Harris found Tackett for a 33 yard touchdown pass. Harris zipped past defenders again in the second quarter for a 26 yard touchdown, followed by a 68 yard touchdown run by Jones.
The Bluejays opened up the 2nd half with a 72 yard touchdown run by Harris.
“We made some really good adjustments at halftime, and shut them down in the second half,” said head coach Cody Bull.
After recovering a fumble in the fourth, Marshfield gave the ball to Harris who ran for a 44 yard touchdown.
Marshfield defeated the Tigers 56-35
“We set the tone early,” said Bull. “We had a really good plan and the guys went in and executed it well. We showed our speed.”
Marshfield picked up 98 passing yards and 500 rushing yards. While the Jays took home the victory, they recorded 3 turnovers, including 2 incerceptions and a fumble.
Tyce Jones picked up one rushing touchdown and two passing touchdowns. Joey Tagget and Brayden Hicks scored a touchdown each, receiving.
The Jays will travel to Monett for their next game on Friday, Sept. 15.
The Indians traveled to Washington to take on the St. Francis Borgia football team.
St. Francis started strong, scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter and the Indian not responding with any until the second quarter.
At the half, St. Francis led 22-7.
St. Francis picked up three more touchdowns in the second half to Strafford’s one.
St. Francis defeated the Indians 7-42.
The Indians recorded 173 passing yards to the Knights’ 43, but they couldn’t keep up with St. Francis’ running game.
“You got to win that ground game,” said head coach Tim Hester. “Our third down efficiency wasn’t good, and they did a good job defending our running game.”
Strafford recorded 119 rushing yards to their opponent’s 298. Each team recorded an interception.
Jordyn Edelstein went 12/26 and threw one scoring pass to Silas Morton.
The Indians will travel to Clever for their next game on Friday, Sept. 15.
“Friday was one of the best defensive games I’ve seen us play in recent history,” said Rogersville football coach Mark Talbert. “Unfortunatley, it was one of our worst offensive games of the season.”
The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats traveled to McDonald County to take on the Mustangs, losing 0-6.
The Mustangs took 2 inceptions, scoring on one of them early. The Wildcats were able to hold the ‘Stangs from anymore points, but couldn’t find any of their own.
The Wildcats will take on Mt. Vernon at home on Friday, Sept. 15
“Mt. Vernon is a very good football team,” added Talbet. “They’ve got some really good pieces in their offense, including their quarterback and their tight end, who’s really dangerous.”
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