Visiting Loganville High School scored on its first four possessions to take control of Friday’s game with Winder-Barrow High School and the Red Devils never looked back on their way to a somewhat surprisingly easy 41-7 win.
Coming off a bye week, WBHS struggled to find its footing, throwing an interception and punting twice on its first three series. The play, which really turned the game completely in Loganville’s favor, came on the fourth possession of the first half by Winder-Barrow. The Bulldoggs had moved into scoring position when Loganville intercepted a pass and raced all the way down the field for a touchdown.
“They have a very good football team,” Bulldogg coach Heath Webb said. “We knew it would be a challenge and that we would have to play well to beat them. I don’t feel like they are 34 points better.”
Several mental mistakes, also hurt the team.
“We had far too many missed assignments and mental mistakes,” the coach said. “When you play against a good team, that will get you exposed.”
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