Apalachee High School became the first Barrow County team to win a game this season on Friday when the Wildcats pounded Madison County High School 45-9.
“It’s just a struggle,” said AHS coach Shane Davis. “We’re in a position we haven’t been in a long time. But what I’ll tell the kids is that we’re in a position we haven’t been in a while, we’re 1-0, and we’re going to try to get to 2-0.”
The Wildcats broke loose offensively Friday with five offensive touchdowns. Three of them came from sophomore Stanley Williams, another from junior Zay Henry and the last came late in the game from sophomore Jody Mathis.