Hidden Valley at William Byrd

Over at William Byrd, the Terriers were still riding the wave following last week's thrilling game winning kick by freshman Brent Coleman to beat Cave Spring. This week, Jeff Highfill and company were back in the friendly confines of Bob Patterson Stadium, but the challenge wasn't any easier against Hidden Valley.

The Titans won the coin toss and took the ball, but couldn't do much with it. Byrd drove 12 plays to get inside the Titans five yard line.  But that's where Nate Atkins picked up the Zac Hill fumble and ran 73 yards the other way to the Terriers 23 yard line.

On the first play following the possession change, Mason Dermotte ripped off a 25 yard run off tackle for the Titans touchdown to put Hidden Valley up 7-nothing. Byrd was on the move again.  A ten play drive ended when Hill put the ball on the ground again.  Hidden Valley recovered.

Later in the half, the Titans get the 30 yard reception from Walker Brand to Chad Frazier, before the drive stalled at the 31 yard line.  The visitors tacked on a field goal and won it 10 to nothing over Byrd.

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