In its return to the spread offense under Shane Boggs, Brookwood had found itself running a one-dimensional attack.
But it wasn’t a pass-happy system that the four-wide offense invokes visions of. Rather in their first six games, the Warriors had relied almost exclusively on the run. In Friday’s 35-34 GISA Region 3-AA win against visiting Southwest Georgia Academy, though, Brookwood showed it can go to the air when necessary as well.
In the previous two games, or when Brookwood turned to sophomore Cale Deese to play quarterback, the Warriors had thrown 22 passes combined, completing 8 for 83 yards. In contrast, Brookwood had run the ball 110 times against Flint River Academy and Westwood, including 62 carries against the Wildcats in the region opener.
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