Under the Lights of Friday Night: Spring vs Spring Westfield
The Lions are averaging a whopping 53 points per game on offense, led by dynamic quarterback Bishop Davenport.
Davenport has thrown for 1317 yards, 17 touchdowns, and only 2 INTs. He has also rushed for 349 yards and 5 scores. According to 247sports, Davenport is committed to Utah State.
Davenport’s favorite target is Travis Sims, who has 483 yards and 5 touchdowns.
The defense for the Lions is downright stingy. They have allowed only 45 points scored on them all season, an average of just nine points allowed per game.
That defensive unit is led by MLB Bryce Morton, who has 18 tackles, 5 sacks, and six tackles for loss.
The Mustangs are averaging 39 points per game on offense, led by QB Cardell Williams.
Williams has passed for 958 yards, 8 touchdowns, and 2 INTs. He also has three rushing touchdowns. Westfield has a running game by committee, with four players scoring at least one rushing touchdown in each game this season. As a team, they have scored 10 rushing TDs.
Catching for Williams is WR Chuuky Hines, who has 321 yards and three touchdowns.
The Mustang defense has played lights out, allowing a measly eight points per game. As a unit, they have recorded 12 sacks, 282 tackles, 24 tackles for loss, and three INTs. The defense is led by Anthony Holmes, who has racked up 45 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and six sacks.
Spring vs Spring Westfield
Spring has not had much success over the years vs Westfield, going 3-15 against the Mustangs since 2004. The Lions won last year’s meeting 27-23.
Does Spring continue its high-scoring ways, or will both defenses refuse to give up any points? Leave a comment below.
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