The Cass Colonels (6-1, 1-1) got back in the win column with a 28-9 win over the Woodland Wildcats (3-1, 0-1) on Friday night.
In Woodland’s first offensive possession since September 25th, Asa James took the ball 90-yards into the end zone for a Wildcat touchdown. Woodland bobbled the snap on the PAT, as the conversion failed. On Cass’ next two possessions, the Colonels fumbled the ball away to Woodland. The Wildcats were unable to turn either turnover into points, as the time away from the field appeared to catch up to the team.
Cass then went on a 28-3 run, with most of the scoring occurring in the second half. Cass took a 7-6 lead into the half with its lone touchdown coming on a pass from Devin Henderson to Sacovie White.
Woodland regained the lead on a 42-yard field goal by Christopher Sanchez, but that would be all the Wildcat offense would muster. The Colonels snagged the lead on a 27-yard touchdown pass from Henderson to Tanyace Calhoun. Henderson and Josh Varnum would score rushing touchdowns to help seal the win and keep Woodland at bay.
Cass will travel to Hiram next week, while Woodland will host Calhoun. Both kickoffs are set for Friday night at 7:30.