Rogers High Can't Match Conway's Intensity

Posted: November 10, 2012 at 4:40 a.m.

The scouting report on Conway was that the Wampus Cats were a running football team in a spread formation.



Why The Wampus Cats Won

Quarterback Cody Rhoades threw three touchdown passes to cap one-play drives in the first half and the Wampus Cats scored two touchdowns off a Rogers fumble and a blocked punt to while scoring on their first five possessions.

Why The Mounties Lost

Rogers was plagued by poor field position in the first half and never crossed midfield. The Mounties defense had no answer for Conway’s passing attack as Rhoades had plenty of time to find open receivers, passing for 192 yards in the first half.

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