Warrior football started out on a high note at Remington Friday with the first points in the contest, but the Broncos then controlled the rest of the game and defeated PBHS, 49-6. The team will be at home this week with a homecoming match-up against Hutch Trinity.
The first offensive series for the Warriors started with a 33--yard run by Storm Pickens on the first play from scrimmage. Derek Price gained 10 yards on a quarterback keeper and Pickens had another gain of eight on the drive. The series ended in the end zone when Price connected on a 6-yard pass play to Andrew Sheffler for the touchdown. The PAT was unsuccessful, but the Warriors took the early lead 6-0 with 7 minutes, 2 seconds left in the first quarter.
Warrior defense did the job on the next Remington series and held the Broncos at the Warrior 42-yard line. Austin Savage, Price, Brody Kyle, Spencer Moffett, and Pickens all recorded defensive stops on the drive. The Broncos punted the ball out of bounds at the Warrior 5.
On the second play of the Warrior offensive series, the Broncos earned a safety with a tackle of Pickens in the end zone. The Warrior lead was cut to four, 6-2, with 3:29 left in the first period.
Remington offense worked a short field on the next series, starting at the Warrior 44.
Trevor Foth, Brent Jones, Price, and Kyle all made defensive plays, but with just seconds left on the clock in the first quarter, the Broncos scored on a first-and-goal from the three. The PAT was good and the Warriors trailed 9-6.
Warrior offense had runs by Pickens, Price, and Daniel Brassfield in the second quarter. However, four of five offensive series for the Warriors in the second quarter ended with a punt.
Warrior defense stopped the Broncos on two series and forced punts. Price, Savage, Pickens, Joseph Lopez, Jones, Daniel Martinez, Foth, and Hunter Pickens all recorded tackles in the second period. Remington did score on two other drives, a first-and-goal at the 2 and a first-and-ten at the Warrior 30. The score favored the Broncos 22-6 at halftime.
A quick return of the kickoff after the break at the half gave the Broncos another score for the contest. Just seconds into the second half, Remington increased their lead 29-6.
Injuries plagued the Warriors in the second half with several key players sidelined for the game. Warrior offense had plays by Lucas Larsen, Price, and Savage in the second half, but the story was the Bronco offense with three more scores in the contest. The Warriors lost to Remington 49-6.
Tackles were made in the final half by Foth, Clint Jones, Price, Brassfield, Moffett, Savage, Kyle, Hunter Pickens, Wesley Shaw, and Garrett Weems.
Storm Pickens led the rushing game for the Warriors with 14 carries for 41 yards. Brassfield had 2 carries for 2 yards. In pass yardage, Price was 1 for 6 with a touchdown. Sheffler caught one pass for a touchdown.
Savage led the team with 8.5 tackles. Price had 7.5 and Storm Pickens had 7. Foth recorded 6.5 tackles and Brassfield had 5. Moffett had 5 and Hunter Pickens and Brody Kyle had 3 each. Clint Jones had 2.5 tackles and Weems and Larsen each had 1. Lopez, Shaw and Martinez each had .5.