Friday night Glenbrook was once again at home in front of the home fans for a contest with Acadiana Home School.
In their previous home game against Central Private the Apaches made things too interesting in a comeback win.
This time, Glenbrook took care of business early, cruising to a 44-22 victory.
“It was a big win for us Friday night,” head coach Chris Norton said. “We were able to get an early lead and get a lot of guys into the game and get some experience.”
Glenbrook was led offensively by the rushing efforts of Caleb Wilson and Clay Simonton.
“Caleb Wilson runs really hard for us and so does Clay Simonton,” Norton said. “Guys like Tristan Dye and Caden Copeland complement them really well. Our personnel fits what we’re trying to do now offensively.”
The Apaches never trailed in this one, jumping out to a 38-0 lead. The Apache first team defense didn’t allow a point, continuing their hot play.
“We forced some turnovers, had several sacks in the game,” Norton said. “It was a team effort.”
Hunter Vaughn threw two TD passes for the Apaches, while Caleb Wilson rushed for 123 yards and a TD and Clay Simonton totaled 86 yards and 2 TD’s. Tristan Dye carried three times for 66 yards and a TD, while Caden Copeland and Cade Morgan each caught one pass for a TD, Sutton Jones led all receivers with 46 yards on two catches.