On Thursday Night, the Griffins attempted to dodge both the rain and a massive letdown against the winless Bossier Bearkats. The undefeated Griffins passed both tests with flying colors with a 56-16 win to take their record to 9-0 as well lock up a portion of the District 1-4A district championship.
The scrappy Bearkats were lights out for the first 6 minutes of the game with their young defense causing the Griffins fits in the run game.
Sam Odom opened the scoring midway through the 1st quarter with the first of his two touchdown receptions from 10 yards out. John Lewis added a 1 yard touchdown plunge and a special teams miscue for Bossier led to Odom’s second touchdown from 35 yards out.
The Griffins special teams unit blocked another punt in the endzone, and Drake Wadsworth fell on it for another score. Luke Delafield had another outstanding night passing completing touchdowns to both Landon Falls and Cole Cory and ending the night with 276 yards and 4 touchdowns.
The Griffins finished their scoring with rushing touchdowns from Trysten Hopper and Kenny Thomas as the mercy clock rule was in play.
The Stonewall Faithful were in great spirits as they continued their best start in school history while immediately turning the page and looking forward to the Northwood Falcons on Friday Night in Griffin Stadium.
A number one power rating, first round playoff bye and undefeated regular season are at stake as the Griffins begin preparations to face their bitter rivals that handed the Griffins their last two losses of the 2022 season.
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