Three games into the season, Shane Boggs likes the progress his Brookwood Warriors are showing.
“I’ve said both weeks that we’re playing better defense than Brookwood played last year,” Boggs said. “We’re playing way better in the kicking game. We’ve met a lot of kicking game goals.
“I feel like (Friday night) we came a long way on offense.”
Through three games in 2012, Brookwood allowed 132 points. This year, the Warriors have surrendered only 72.
Boggs expressed his excitement following Friday night’s 28-13 victory against John Paull II. Brookwood overcame three turnovers, ran for 214 yards and held the Panthers (who scored 35 against the Warriors last year) to zero second-half points. Taylor Patterson and Cale Deese tallied a combined 191 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Andrew Saunders blocked an extra point. Quarterback Jake Piazza threw for 64 yards, including two passes each to Patterson and Aulston Moore.
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