ADAIRSVILLE -- Murray County High School football coach Chad Brewer dug deep into his bag of tricks Friday night in an attempt to spark his team as it faced a 20-point deficit on the road. A double pass, onside kicks and a budding passing game helped the Indians come storming back to trail by four at halftime, but Adairsville was able to pull away in the second half for a 49-30 win. "We had to do something to get the offense going," Brewer said.
CHATSWORTH -- Nothing seemed to go Murray County High School's way on Friday night as the Indians fell to Bremen 31-10 at Murray Field. Even things outside of the Indians' control worked against them, according to coach Chad Brewer.The Indians made mistakes, including three turnovers which led to 14 Bremen points, but Brewer said he was proud of his team for continuing to fight through adversity that went beyond the players and coaches.
NORCROSS — For the first time in school history, the Meadowcreek High School football team is 3-0.A few highlight reel plays in the first half provided the spark for a historic night for the Mustangs. After leading 26-6 in the first half, the Mustangs held on late for a 29-27 victory.In 32 seasons, Meadowcreek has a record of 59-245. The Mustangs had three winning seasons in a row from 1988-1990, but had never started a season 3-0, until now.
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