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Godby’s Strong Play Continues

Brandon Halas, Correspondent (@BrandonHalasFS on Twitter)
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net) – Through the first five games, the Godby Cougars are undefeated. They have outscored their opponents 219-79 and have recorded two straight shutouts on defense.

In their first game, Godby beat Chiles in a close 14-11 game. The Cougars were led by Trey Fisher, who threw the only touchdowns of the game to Jahiem Knight and Trevor Solomon-Wilson. The defense was led by Javon Solomon who had 3.5 sacks and Kyler Laine who had 1.5 sacks, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick.

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The next week, they beat Mandarin in a close 47-44 game. Fisher had a 305-yard, five touchdown performance. The week after, Godby had another close call with Lake Mary but pulled out a 14-11 win.

Refocused, the Cougars ran away against Leon 57-0. Fisher dominated, going 16-21 for 355 yards and four touchdowns. He was helped out by teammates Tyriq Parramore, Jaquez Yant, Kamron Martin and Knight who split five rushing touchdowns. Defensively, the team was led by Christion Williams who had 2 tackles and 2 interceptions in the game.

In their first home game, Godby dominated Titusville 56-0. Through the five-game run, Fisher has had a terrific junior season with his 1209 passing yards and 15 touchdown passes. The Cougars have found a way to share the ball as nine different players have scored a rushing touchdown this season and six receivers have one or more receiving touchdowns. On defense, the team is led by Cortez Andrews with 27 tackles and Christion Williams with 3 interceptions on the year.

Godby looks to continue the five-game winning stragainstaint the Wakulla Eagles on Friday in Wakulla.

Godby Celebrates Homecoming, Remain Unbeaten

 

Brandon Halas, Correspondent (@BrandonHalasFS on Twitter)

TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net– The Godby Cougars celebrated more than just homecoming as they move on to 5-0 with their 59-0 win over Titusville.

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From the start, Godby was in control. On the first play of the game, Trey Fisher found Macho Arza for a 53-yard reception. After a three and out by Titusville, Fisher started right where he left off connecting for three straight passes, including a 45-yard screen to Jaquez Yant.

The following drive saw great execution from the Godby defense as Quentin Miller snagged his first of two sacks in the game, forcing another punt. On his final pass of the night, Fisher connected with Alvin Jones III for a 26-yard touchdown. For the night, Fisher threw 5-5 on passes for 137-yards and three touchdowns.

On the final drive of the first Kamron Martin would get Godby on the scoreboard again to make the score 33-0. While the first quarter had a larger focus on the passing game, the second was made up of punt returns and rushes. On the second play of the second quarter, Alvin Jones III got his second touchdown of the game on a 45-yard punt return. After failed fourth down conversion from Titusville, Godby pounded the ball 40-yards in six plays between Travion Evans and Tyriq Parramore who punched it in to make it 46-0 before the halftime whistle blew.

A quick second half, due to a running clock, saw little change in game. Godby began to substitute players on both sides of the ball. Leland would find the endzone on a rush, along with Macho Arza on the following possession.

The Cougars look to get a district win next week when they travel to Wakulla.

“The clock starts now. We’re gonna celebrate, but we have a district game against Wakulla next week and we have to get our minds right for that one” head coach Corey Fuller said.