I’ve been running behind, sorry… lots going on right now…
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Carson High Football, Soccer and Volleyball are all now current
Damonte Ranch Football & Soccer are current
Hug Soccer is current
Manogue Football, Soccer & Volleyball are current
Spanish Springs Football & Soccer are current
Wooster Soccer is current
Still working on Carson Bluejay Baseball… Sorry Cody… soon!
It’s always said that you want to pick a team for homecoming that you feel you can win, to make the night “better”… I don’t think that anyone at the stadium tonight would have predicted a 42-0 thrashing!
One thing was certain tonight, Carson was not going to loose. The opening kickoff was nearly run back for a touchdown… I believe it was less that a minute into the game and Carson already had a touchdown and a successful extra point…. Then they sent out a defense that may have well been from Mars because it rendered the Manogue passing game completely useless… the Manogue QB was 1 for 11 in the first half… This one’s going to be a tale of coaching in my book. Coach Roman dug into his magic bag of goodies and stunned Manogue tonight… and the fellas executed. Game over, NEXT!
Here are some images from the night. Blowout games are tough to photograph… OK, here’s Carson scoring… next, oh, and here’s Carson scoring… next… OH, OH, and HERE’S Carson scorning… again… yawn… ANYWAY…
Wait, wait, WAIT! I mentioned it was homecoming! Congrats to the King, Fred Christensen and Queen, Abbey Dudley!
And the entire 2014 Homecoming Court! Congrats to all of you!
I took a chance tonight and went down to the end zone… and Colby Brown ran right at me… Thanks Coach! Joe Nelson back for a pass…Ikela Lewis recording a sack… Brady Rivera in flight… wish I could see that face… oh well…
It sounds like we’ve not heard the last of this young man… Freshman QB Connor Noland at Manogue. He did show poise tonight… in my opinion, he was just the victim of Coach Roman’s wicked smart coaching.
Just a few photos from the night… the game was… well I’ll steal a description from one of the TV fellas… sloppy. Yes, one team “won”, if you can call it that… neither team ever grabbed the game by the face mask and took control… Ahhhhh, that’s high school sports!