Jacket Football: Rockwall Blanks Naaman Forest

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Jacket Football: Rockwall Blanks Naaman Forest

Sarah Karda

Sarah Karda

Sarah Karda

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Last night our Yellow Jackets traveled to Naaman Forest to take on the Rangers. The team amassed a total of 505 yards of offense while the stout Jacket defense held the Rangers to a mere 65 yards of total offense.

Jacket starting QB Will Reed threw three touchdown passes in the first half while running back Caleb Broach ran for three more in the first quarter alone, averaging more than ten yards per carry.

Leading 51-0 at halftime, the Jacket starters sat out most of the second half.

Back-up quarterbacks Matt Jones and Reid Rakow came in and picked up where Reed left off, combining for three touchdowns of their own.

The Rockwall running backs combined for an impressive 304 yards on the ground, with Allison Strange leading the way with 90 yards, all of which came in the second half.

It was a night when everything was clicking on both sides of the ball for Rockwall as the Jackets walked away with a 78-0 victory, improving their record to a perfect 3-0 in district.

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