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Tomahawks win final game, 14-2

Sports writer

PBJH football ended the season on a high note Thursday with a win at home over Goessel 14-2.

The team finished with a record of 1-9.

Both defenses stood their ground in the first half. Neither team got into the end zone and the first half ended 0-0.

Goessel started the second half with an onside kick, but the Tomahawks covered the ball at the PBJH 46-yard line. Brooks Hodges had several carries to move the ball to the 7-yard line. Garrett Schroeder finished the drive with a 7-yard pass to Braxton Kyle for the score. Schroeder then hit Xavier Jabary for the two point conversion. The Tomahawks led 8-0 with 6:04 left in the third quarter.

The next Tomahawk drive was set up by the PBJH defense forcing a Goessel punt. Schroeder completed a 58- yard pass to Wyatt Fistler. Fistler ran the ball in for the touchdown. The conversion attempt failed but PBJH led Goessel 14-0 with 1:32 left in the third period.

Goessel offense got on the scoreboard with a safety with less than a minute to play in the contest.

The game ended with a victory for the Tomahawks 14-2.

“It was great to see the fans come out and support our team this season, no matter what the weather or the outcome,” stated Coach Brian Simmonds. “We really appreciate it.”

Last modified Oct. 29, 2009