Marla Jones, Sports Editor
RAINSVILLE, Ala.-- The Plainview Bears Homecoming was a little sweeter as they scored their first win of the season over the Glencoe Yellow Jackets, 28-7 on Friday night.
The Bears' first possession of the night resulted in a fumble. Glencoe was forced to punt on both of their possessions in the first quarter. Plainview ended the first quarter after a 13-play, 89-yard drive.
With 8:20 remaining in the first half, the Bears scored on a 33-yard run by Andrew Hall. With 6.7 seconds remaining in the second quarter, Trey Rutledge connected with an 18-yard pass to Dylan McCullough for the score. The extra point attempt was good, to give the Bears the 14-0 advantage going into the half.
The third quarter was a back and forth between the teams with neither time making it into the endzone.
McCullough sailed into the endzone, on a 5-yard run off right tackle. The PAT was good for Plainview to take the 21-0 lead, with 5:22 remaining in the game. McCullough scored his third touchdown of the night, with a 31-yard gallop into the endzone. The PAT was good to take the 28-0 lead with 4:08 remaining in the game. Glencoe scored with 17.4 seconds remaining in the game, with a quarterback sneak from a yard out, to make the final 28-7.