NATCHEZ, MS – The Glenbrook Apaches went on the road and competed hard in an effort to gain their first win of the season, but it was not to be against a very talented Trinity Episcopal Saints team, as Glenbrook fell, 52-14.
“They were just as athletic as we expected them to be,” Glenbrook head coach Caleb Carmikle said. “They hit us over the top for a score on their first possession, but we came out and sliced down the field, took a bunch of clock off and got into a fourth and manageable situation, but came up just short of the marker.”
Following the missed conversion, Trinity struck for a pair of touchdowns to make the score 20-0.
Seth Tyler got the Apaches on the board with a one-yard touchdown run late in the second quarter to make it 20-8, but Trinity struck twice before the half to make it 34-8 at the break.
“Turnovers really killed us in this game,” Carmikle said. “They got 21 points off our turnovers, so our defense actually played pretty well.”
Drennon Keen led the way for the Glenbrook offense with 26 carries for 172 hard-earned yards on the ground. Seth Tyler scored twice on the ground and finished with 75 rushing yards. Parker Christy led the receivers with two catches for 15 yards.