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We could again give love to the offensive side of the ball like we have done often this season. I mean, senior running back, Eric Herring, whom we have before given this award, gained 142 yards rushing Friday night on just 3 rushes from scrimmage putting him over the 1,000 yard mark for the year. Jacob Barnhart scored a TD and QB, Cooper Richards, connected with Zach Henegar in the end zone for six points. All of these achievements have before netted Player of the Week consideration throughout this (and every) Fall. At both Stewart Williams Company and KPGFootball, we believe the play of a defensive unit, which appears to be coming on at just the right time, is equally worthy of some ink.
This past Friday night Jo Byrns, which will host Lookout Valley next week in the TSSAA playoffs’ first round, blanked Pickett County 37-0. It was the third shutout of the year and the second in succession. The Jo Byrns defensive unit kept season opening opponent, Cascade, out of the end zone in beating them 23-0 and then finished out the regular season with back-to-back shut-outs over Red Boiling Springs (45-0) and then the win, Friday night, over Pickett.
It isn’t as if Coach Adkins defense hasn’t played well all year for the 6-4 Red Devils. By our count, the Red Devils’ defensive unit has allowed only 131 points on the season over ten games. Holding opponents under 2 TDs a game, over the course of the year, is exactly how teams, such as Jo Byrns, earn home playoff games. The defense may have saved it finest performance for its final game in both shutting out the opponent and only surrendering 71 total yards all night. If the defense can continue to perform at its present level; there’s no telling how deep a run the Red Devils could make in this year’s playoffs.
Congratulations to the Jo Byrns’ Defensive Unit for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player(s) of the Week. Join us next week as we anoint a new recipient.
Reporting forKPGFootball, this is Fletcher Long reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.
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