After previously dropping a game on the road, Lanier
hoped to bounce back with a win at home over McCallum
. The team got no such luck. Lanier had a rough outing against McCallum last week, losing 56 - 6.
The Lanier defense couldn't hold their ground and gave up 42 points in the first half. That left it at a 42 - 6 disadvantage. With zero second-half points, the offense didn't much help its chances for success either.
Despite the defeat, Lanier won't want to forget the exciting 77-yard TD scramble from senior Tydell Wardy in the second quarter.
The loss dropped Lanier's record to 2-7. The win put an added shine on McCallum's spotless record, now 9-0.
Both teams are aiming to improve upon those records in their upcoming games. McCallum will look to defend its home turf against Reagan this Friday at 7:30 PM. McCallum has flexed it offensive muscles in its last five matchups, so Reagan has a real workout ahead of it. As for Lanier, it will battle it out against Glenn on Thursday at 7:30 PM.
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