With the Andrews Mustangs offensive line doing a great job of clamping the defense to the inside, AHS’ Tajh Kelly gets the handoff from quarterback Jase Hammack and heads wide for a nice gain in their 3-1 touchdown scrimmage win over Denver City Thurs.
With the Andrews Mustangs offensive line doing a great job of clamping the defense to the inside, AHS’ Tajh Kelly gets the handoff from quarterback Jase Hammack and heads wide for a nice gain in their 3-1 touchdown scrimmage win over Denver City Thurs.
There are three ways to look at the Andrews Mustangs’ last scrimmage against Denver City—and for the most part, all signs were pointing forward.
For the day—and behind an eye-opening two scores by the Andrews number two offense—Coach Ralph Mason’s boys came out ahead by a three-touchdowns-to-one advantage.
In the first 15-play series featuring both teams’ top offense and defense, neither team scored or gave up a score.
In the live play the AHS Mustangs scored one touchdown and gave up one touchdown.
The scrimmage was originally set to go two live quarters to end the night, but with Andrews driving and lightning all around the Mustang Bowl, the scrimmage was called off.

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