AHS middle linebacker Keegan Gray levels the Greenwood QB for a loss.
AHS middle linebacker Keegan Gray levels the Greenwood QB for a loss.
Andrews High School head football coach Ralph Mason called it a ‘good practice.’
Andrews High School sports fans called it ‘wins.’
In their first two scrimmages of the season against the Greenwood Rangers and Bushland Bulldogs here Friday night, Andrews didn’t look impressive at all to start the evening—but they finished with flashes of brilliance.
By the time all was said and done, Andrews racked up four touch-downs to just one against Greenwood for a three-score advantage. In the battle of number ones AHS won 2-1 and in the battles of number twos AHS came out on top 2-0.
Andrews and Bushland only played number ones and the Mustangs came out on top 1-0.
Overall it was not a bad night for the boys in ‘Black and Gold,’ even after a slow start.
“It was a good practice,” said Mason. “A very good practice. I saw some things I really like and I saw some things we really need to work on.
“I will say this—we came out ready to play this year, unlike last year when we didn’t. Defensively, we did a good job with consistency. It was just good to hit somebody besides ourselves and it gave us a better look. Going against other kids it’s just going to give you more intensity. I was glad Bushland came down because they gave us a lot of looks. It was good for us.”

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