Oct 4 mansfield writeup
Scott Mansfield rolls over N. DeSoto By Darren Jackson Special to The Times STONEWALL Mansfield Hitf) School running back Kicky Scott rushed for 2tXi yards and three touch-downs in llit Wolverines' 42-0 victory over North DeSoto here on Friday night. In the process, Scott left his coach almost sxtvhless. "There's not much else that can be said about Kicky." Mansfield coach Donald Mayweather said, "lie's unbelievable." Scott did his damage in just more than two cii;irtcrs. He scored all three of his touchdowns in the first quarter. Those three i t loticnuowns were a wannup for Many (next vuvk)," Scoll slid. Scott scored on runs of M, 8 and 25) yards in the first quarter. I lis 14-yard touchdown run capH'd a lour-play, 52-yard drive. After a North DeSoto (1-4) turnover, Scott had a 32-yard run to set up an 8-yard touchdown run and a LM) Mansfield lead. Scott's 2!-y;ird touchdown run, coupled with Dale Calhoun's 2-xiint conversion pass to Sky Jones, nave the Wolverines (4-1) a 2(W) lead. Jermaine Johnson's 8-yard touchdown run gave the Wolverines a L'tW) hallliine lead. 'Hie Griffins did stop one Wolverines drive when Ryan Buford picked off a Calhoun pass in the end zone. Calhoun, though, gained a measure of revenue with a 5-y;ird touchdown pass to Michael Jones for a 34-0 Mansfield lead. "It was a big win for us," Calhoun said. "It helps us get motivated for homecoming next week. We hurt ourselves too much with penalties." Mansfield closed out its scoring after Jeremy Short picked up the football following a bad snap on a punt attempt and ran it into the end zone from the 1-yard line. "Jermaine Christopher hit the punier w hen I was trying to recover it." Short said. "I just picked it up and ran it into the end zone." The Wolverines return to action next week against Many.