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SC vs Wilson

By: Coach Ryan Perkins

September 16, 2021

Warriors Travel to Wilson to take on the Dragons

Southern Cloud Warriors started the season with 13 boys; 5 seniors (Evan Custer, Dusty Mason, Nick Millikan, Matt Paillet, and Gabe Rice) 3 juniors (Levi Cool, Zane Morris, and Bryson Schmidt) 2 sophomores (Ethan Kennedy and Dante Peterson) and 3 freshmen (Kye Chase, Nicolas Farabee, and Dashawn Peterson).  The Warriors return 7 starters and 2 other letter winners from the 2020 season. Coaches for the 2021 Warrior football team are Head Coach Ryan Perkins and assisted by Ryon King.

The first game of the year was at Wilson. The host Wilson Dragons was knocked off by the Southern Cloud Warriors by a score of 52-8. Wilson had already scrimmage at a jamboree, but the Southern Cloud Warriors were ready to get started.

The Warriors and Dragons played to a tight 0-0 in the first quarter. The Warriors finally crossed the goal line in the second quarter. The Warriors scored a second time to put the Warriors up 16-0 at half time.  The Warriors came out of the halftime to continue their ways scoring 2 more times in the third quarter, to extend the lead. Outscoring Wilson 20-0 in the third quarter to lead 32-0 at the end of the third quarter.  The Warriors worked really hard in the fourth quarter to continue to outscore the Dragons.  The Warriors scored 3 more times in the fourth quarter to finish the game with 52 points. The Warriors gave up a touchdown in the fourth quarter to the Dragons. The boys played hard all the way to get their first win of the season 52-8.

Leading the charge on offense for the Warriors was Dusty Mason with 15 carries for 153 yards, followed by Bryson Schmidt with 106 yards on 10 carries. Zane Morris was 2 of 11 passing the football for 23 yards. Zane connected up with Levi Cool for 19 yards and Dusty Mason for another 4 yards.

The Defense played well all night scoring twice: once on an interception by Levi Cool and a fumble recovering by Bryson Schmidt. Leading the charge on defense was Gabe Rice with 11 solo tackles, followed by Evan Custer with 8, Bryson Schmidt with 7, and Ethan Kennedy with 6.

 
 

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