Bears maul the Lions
October 22, 2015
Southern Torch (3790 articles)

Bears maul the Lions

By Marla Jones, Sports Editor

Plainview 42-Brindlee Mountain 20

Plainview traveled to Brindlee Mountain, Friday night.  It did not take Plainview long to start the assault against Brindlee Mountain.  With 7:33 remaining in the first, Sam Muller put points on the board for the Bears with his 2-yard stomp into the endzone.  The extra point by  Louis Hernandez was good.  Sam Muller attacked again on a 9-yard run with 2:53 remaining in the first.  The point by Hernandez was good.  Jacob Wooten caught a 21-yard pass from Bailey Dukes with :45 remaining in the first.    Hernandez was flawless again making the score Plainview 21-0.

With 4:30 remaining in the second, Ben Williamson scored on a 1-yard hustle into the endzone with the extra point being good by Hernandez. Going into the half, Plainview led 28-0.

With 10:02 remaining in the third, Plainview scored on a 1-yard run by John David Martin.  The PAT was good by Hernandez.  Brindlee Mountain finally put points on the board, with a 16-yard pass from Trent Myers to Joey Smith, with 2:55 left in the third.  The extra point attempt was unsuccessful.

Going into the fourth, with 10:08 remaining in the game, Junior Marquez scored on a 3-yard run. The extra point attempt by Hernandez was good. Brindlee Mountain scored twice in the fourth, once on a 7-yard run and on  a 47-yard run, both  by Joey Smith.  One of the two attempts, at a two-point conversion was successful.  Final Plainview 42, Brindlee Mountain 20.  Coach Dustin Goodwin had this to say about the game, “I thought we played well and were able to get some of our younger guys snaps in the second half, which is good for us.  I thought we played hard again.” The Southern Torch Standouts for this game was Sam Muller and Louis Hernandez.

Plainview will host Geraldine this week. When asked about how the Bears were preparing for the upcoming game against Geraldine, Coach Goodwin said, “ We will go into this week just as we have all year, trying to improve and control the things that we can control.”

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