Sean Bin, Correspondent
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net) –
The Godby High School football team defeated Wakulla War Eagles 21-6 on their homecoming night for their sixth straight win.
Both teams had trouble putting scores on the board during the first quarter, with back-to-back drives ending up in punts. Godby who broke the ice when senior running back Jerry Ray, found the end zone with a 26-yard run. Wakulla tried to answer back but ended up having to punt for the third straight time. It wasn’t until the end of first quarter that Wakulla was able to get a field goal.
The second quarter started out rough with a fumble from the Godby quarterback Rasean Mckay. Fortunately for Godby, it was recovered in their favor. Right after the fumble, running back Tony Street broke out for a 45-yard run to put the ball in Wakulla’s 37 yard line. Mckay finished the drive with a 2-yard run for a touchdown, bringing the score to 14-3 with Godby in the lead.
Wakulla received the ball at the start of the third quarter but ended up punting again. Godby started their drive at their own 48 yard line. Godby was able to increase the lead by 18 points thanks to a 10-yard pass from Mckay to Tyler Pye for a touchdown.
It wasn’t until the fourth quarter that Wakulla scored another field goal to make the score 21-6. Wakulla tried to get the momentum going but the time wasn’t in their favor as the clock ran out.