If there is such a thing as ‘name it and claim it’ in football, the Yorktown Wildcats certainly made that statement in their playing from the beginning as they took the Riviera Kaufer Seahawks by storm 20-14.
Yorktown coach Ty Robinson said, “It was a game that we controlled from the beginning. We drove the ball and they never really stopped us offensively.”
And “drove” they did. The first half the Wildcats had 12 first downs for 139-yards rushing and 49-yards passing. However, on two separate occasions, Yorktown had turnovers inside the Seahawks 15-yard line after a forceful drive.
“We did not finish drives. We had end zone opportunities and we did not score,” Robinson said.
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