Falkville defeats Winston County on the road

Lauren Estes

Hartselle Enquirer

 

The Blue Devils grabbed their second win on the season Friday night against the Winston County Yellow Jackets 47-14.

Falkville head coach Joel Schrenk said the team, in his mind, played the first complete game of the season.

“We came out early and established dominance on the offensive and defensive lines,” Schrenk said. “We were able to control the game.”

Schrenk mentioned several players that demonstrated a relentless attitude and who made a huge difference in the game.

“Tyler Robinson was completely dominant on defense, “Schrenk said. “They could not block him. He handled all kicking duties as well. He was the player of the game.”

Caleb Vinson finished the night with 179 rushing yards on 21 attempts and four touchdowns. FHS quarterback Aaron Dove was 7/8 through the air for 56 yards and no interceptions. Fred Walls managed 84 yards on 10 carries and one touchdown. Trustin Pylate pulled down three passes for forty yards on the night and Tyler Robinson led in tackles with six.

Falkville will host Tanner at Burl Vest stadium next Friday night.

 

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