Saturday, October 8, 2011
Jags score big in second and third quarters of dominant win over over visiting Wolves.
FORT ZUMWALT WEST HIGH SCHOOL – The Fort Zumwalt West football team won its fourth straight game, and clinched at least a tie for the GAC South championship, thanks to a 45-10 win over visiting Timberland High, Friday night at Hoekel Stadium. The Jaguars came into Friday’s action the No. 6-ranked team in Missouri Class 6 football, and after a slow start by their high-powered standards, looked every bit like one of the best teams in the state, in what became a blowout win over the league rival Wolves. “I didn’t like how we start one bit,” West Head Coach Paul Day said. “We had a bunch of mistakes, turnovers, bad plays. It was just bad. Some of that credit has to go to Timberland though. I thought they played hard.” The Wolves, who fell to 2…
Jaguars overcome shaky start, clinch at least a tie for the GAC South championship.
The Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars football team clinched at least a tie for the GAC South championship Friday night, with a 45-10 win over visiting Timberland High at Hoekel Stadium. Senior quarterback Drew Hare threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score, while teammate Ray Harris scored four touchdowns (two rushing and two receiving), as West won its fourth straight game and improved to 5-2 on the season. Timberland fell to 2-5 on the year, despite a valiant defensive effort against West’s high-powered offense, which came into Friday’s contest averaging just under 40 points a game. Please tune in to Patch on Saturday morning for the full story on Zumwalt West’s big win over Timberland.
Friday, October 7, 2011
GAC South foes will square off as 4-2 Zumwalt West hosts 2-4 Timberland.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS – PREP FOOTBALL GAME PREVIEW Timberland Wolves (2-4) vs. Fort Zumwalt West Jaguars (4-2) Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 at 7 p.m. at Hoekel Stadium Two teams coming off big wins last week, will meet in an important GAC South football matchup at Fort Zumwalt West’s Hoekel Stadium Friday night, when the Timberland Wolves trek east down I-70 for showdown with the first place West Jaguars. Timberland, which desperately needed to get back on the winning track after losing four straight, did just that was a fantastic 38-26 win over Fort Zumwalt North last week. Junior running back Lucas Jordan had a breakout game for the Wolves, rushing for 176 yards and two touchdowns – the most yards he’s had in a game since going for 241 in the …