Red defeats Gray, 21-0


Jayla Worthen, sports reporter

Westside High School’s football scrimmage was yesterday Aug. 3.

Masks were required, also six feet of distance was as well.

The game plan for the red team was to use the big offense lineman and run the football, coaches said.

The red team also had two big plays. The receiver AJ Miller had to big back to back catches on the first touchdown drive. The offense Jordan Hall went to play running back and broke off 60-yard run.

“I feel that the Red team came out with a game plan and stuck with it,” said Coach Mario Brewer. “The gray team came out thinking they could use speed to open the game and beat the Red team. The red team had a great defense scheme sit up to stop the speed. We got to see what some of our young incoming freshman could do and see what some of our backups could do. The game was a learning experience for the players and coaches and now that it is over, we are one team again and ready to focus on Baldwin this next week coming up.”

The cheerleaders did their thing as well as the Fierce dancers and the Matrix drum line.

Overall, it was a good game, spectators said.