Bolton Vs. Millington: Game One

Danesia Hunt, Staff Reporter

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On Aug. 21, 2015 Bolton had their first football game of this season against Millington. This question was asked multiple times during school: “Who do you think will win tonight?” It was answered later that night, after game one.

Game one is held at a higher standard than any other game Bolton will play. Plans for game one were strategized, but things did not work out as planned. “We watched film on Millington, but it really did not help, as for the offense. Millington has a new quarterback, so we did not have any tape on him,” stated Coach Owens.

The Bolton Wildcats football team has high expectations for this season. Coach Owens said, “The main goal is to make playoffs, of course, because it has been a while since Bolton has made playoffs.”

After halftime, the Bolton Wildcats seemed to have motivation for the second half. Coach Myers put the Bolton Wildcats to the test. Coach Myers stated, “ At halftime, I gave them a lot of motivation. I challenged them to play like men.” Did they play like men in the second half? The team was easily motivated. Senior Kenny Harvey said, “I give a lot of motivation to the team, especially during the games.” A little motivation led to our second touchdown from LaZachary Rhodes. The Wildcats never gave up on the game, and their perseverance kept them alive.

Plans for the future have already been set in place. Coach Myers stated, “I want to see the team defense play aggressively, giving our offense plenty of opportunities to score. We have to grow prove that we can develop into the top team we need to be.” The Wildcats will have a great future for this season.

The Bolton Wildcats were prepared for game one. More plays are being created so the Bolton Wildcats can make playoffs. This will not be a setback for the Wildcats. We left Millington football field with our heads held high, knowing that this obstacle was meant to be faced. Game one is not over until we meet Millington again at the end of the season. Coaches are making adjustments to ensure that the Wildcats will have a magnificent season.

 

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