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Wolves blank Parker’s Chapel, 51-0

By Staff, 09/11/20 9:46 PM

PRESCOTT – Score early, score often and sub early, sub often.

This is what the Wolves did Friday night against Parker’s Chapel as they posted a 51-0 win to go 2-0 on the young season.

It wasn’t a game as the Trojans couldn’t keep up with the Wolves on either side of the ball. Prescott put 44 points on the board in the opening period and never looked back. In fact, after the first, the mercy rule was put in effect letting the clock run.

The only thing that stopped the Wolves in the game was the Wolves. Coach Brian Glass began substituting in the first period and basically swapped out the team in the second quarter. It didn’t matter as the Trojans had no chance of making a game of it.

Prescott’s offense put 42 points on the board in the opening frame, with the defense adding two on a safety. The defense added six more in the second period when Carlos Zacarias got a scoop and score after Parkers Chapel fumbled around the Trojan 25.

The first quarter took the better part of an hour to complete as the Wolves scored quickly and it was pretty much three and out for the Trojans. Both teams had seven offensive possessions in the first, with the Wolves scoring on six of theirs.

The second half went quickly as the mercy rule remained in effect as Parkers Chapel was more than 35 points behind to start the third quarter. Neither team managed to put points on the board in the second half, though both got close.

The game began with Parkers Chapel trying an onside kick. Prescott started at its 48 and scored four plays later. However, the Wolves went for it all on the opening play as Jacobi Nolen went deep for Jacaylon Zachery only to have the pass broken up at the last second. Three plays later, Nolen scored from the five. The point after made it 7-0 with 11:14 left in the first.

Parkers Chapel set up shop at its 24, ran three plays and punted to Zachery at the Prescott 40. Zachery returned the ball to the 49. Nolen found Zachery on the first play for a gain of two before Alex George broke free for a touchdown. The PAT made it 14-0 with 9:24 showing.

This time the Trojans began at their 32, ran two plays and saw Carston Poole pick off a pass at the Parkers Chapel 45.

Nolen wasted no time as he hit Jeffery Williams with a pass. Williams took it in for Prescott’s third touchdown of the period. The PAT made it 21-0  with 8:14 to go.

The Trojans began at their 26 and went nowhere in three plays, punting to the Wolves. The ball was downed at the Prescott 48.

Prescott went backwards on the first play with a holding call, but it didn’t matter as Jaylen Hopson found a seam and sprinted 67-yards for the score. The PAT put the Wolves up 28-0 with 6:14 left in the first.

Parkers Chapel muffed the kick, managing to return the ball to the 13, where it was three and out with the punt going to the Prescott 45.

The Wolves went to the air unsuccessfully for the only stalled drive of the period. The punt rolled dead at the Trojan one.

This is where the defense got into the scoring act. The ball carrier was caught and dropped in the end zone for a safety with 4:00 left making it 30-0 and giving the ball back to Prescott on a free kick.

Zachery fielded the kick at the Prescott 27, returning it to the Trojan 29. Nolen missed on two pass attempts, but handed the ball to Hopson on third down. Hopson rambled to the nine before being brought down. Nolen hit Caleb Harris for six on the next play. The PAT made it 37-0 with 3:22 to go in the first and the Wolves were substituting freely.

The ensuing kick went out of bounds, giving the Trojans the ball on the 35. Didn’t matter as Jerry Glass picked off the next pass, returning it to the Parkers Chapel 38.

Nolen found Zachery for six and the extra point made it 44-0 with 2:54 remaining.

Parkers Chapel returned the ball to the 29, and drove to the Prescott 28 as the first period finally came to an end. It was agreed to put the mercy rule in effect for the remainder of the game as the second period got under way. The Trojans got to the 15 before turning the ball over on downs.

Prescott made it to the 32 before being forced to punt with the ball rolling dead at the Trojan 16.

Parkers Chapel gained nine yards on the next two plays before coughing up the ball, with Zacarias scooping it up and rambling roughly 25-yards for the final touchdown of the night. The PAT made it 51-0 and ended scoring for the game.

Starting at the Trojan 29, the visitors got to the 33 before punting to Ra’Shawn Bell at the Prescott 33. Bell returned the ball to the Trojan 38 as the buzzer sounded for halftime.

Parkers Chapel got the ball to start the second half, returning the kick to its 39 and driving to Prescott’s 17 before turning it over on downs.

The Wolves made it to the Trojan 20 as the third came to an end. Prescott got to the two-yard line before the drive stalled and the Wolves turned the ball over on downs.

The Trojans made it to the Prescott 13 before fumbling the ball away at the Prescott 11 with 2:45 left in the contest. Prescott ran three plays to seal the win.

The Wolves will be in the friendly confines of Cummings Stadium again next week as Prescott hosts the Hope Bobcats.