The BCHS Redskin football team overwhelmed the Montgomery County Eagles by gaining a 28-7 victory in a non-region scrimmage game Aug. 24 on Redskin Field.
Redskin head coach Ron Lewis shrugged off this victory and views it as just another practice, although noting "every win is a good thing".
The first quarter saw the younger players get some game time. It also saw the lone successful scoring attempt by Montgomery County.
The BCHS big guns hit the field the next three quarters and blocked all scoring attempts by Montgomery County.
Touchdowns were racked up by Deandre Walker in the second, D.J. McElroy and Ivey Mutcherson in the third and Joseph Jenkins in the fourth.
Lewis said the players have the right attitudes and was impressed with the teamwork they showed in the scrimmage. "Everybody contributed which I was happy to see," he said. "They did a great job considering the heat, but there are still some things we need to work on. We’ve got to look at everybody play to see what they can do, and this scrimmage was a good opportunity to do just that."
The first real game for the Skins will be a home game versus Richmond Hill on Friday with a 7:30 p.m. start. For those who can’t make it to Redskin Field, the game will be broadcast on 104.7FM.