Homecoming shutout


Bulls lined up against the Leto Falcons

Last Friday, the Bulls defeated the now 0-6 Leto Falcons in a 58-0 shutout. This leaves the Bulls 7-1, going into their district championship game this week. It was a quick game, with a running clock being introduced in the second quarter.

Head coach Mark Kantor, was confident his team would come out with the win.

“The team we played was not very good and we executed very well. The whole team had an intricate part in our victory. It is good to give our school 3 straight homecoming wins,” Kantor explained.

Jordan Miner with the carry against the Leto Falcons.

Quarterback Grant Sessums did not let up, throwing for 143 yards and completing 6 touchdown passes. Senior Adrian Thomas also impressed with 3 touchdowns against the Falcons.

The Bulls defense crushed the Falcons, who couldn’t make it past 15 yards in a play.

Senior safety, Jacob Hill had a large impact on the game with two interceptions, one of which led to a touchdown. He also scored on a fumble recovery, proving to be a major player in the game.

“It felt like any other game, obviously interceptions don’t happen twice on defense that much but with good blocking anything is possible,” explained Hill.

Senior Chase Oliver was a vital part of the Bulls run game, with two rushing touchdowns and a total of 42 yards.

Jacob Hill and Kati Helton win homecoming king and queen.

“I feel that this game against Leto was a good tune-up for the district game against Plant,” Oliver commented.

The Bulls take on the Plant Planthers next week in the District Championship game.

During halftime of the game, homecoming royalty was crowned. Elijah Howell and Jasmine Fonseca won Prince and Princess. Jacob Hill and Kati Helton won King and Queen.