The Woodland Wildcats lost to the Calhoun Yellow Jackets by a score of 48-13 on Friday,
October 13.

Woodland got the ball to start the game and the Wildcats’ offense made things happen quickly,
marching right down the field before Cam Williams scored a 6-yard rushing touchdown to make
the score 7-0 early in the first quarter. Calhoun responded quickly, marching down the field
quickly before breaking off a long touchdown run to make the score 7-7 in the first quarter.
The Wildcats failed to respond on the ensuing drive and the Yellow Jackets made them pay,
getting into the redzone before scoring their second consecutive touchdown to take a 14-7 lead
late in the opening quarter.

Calhoun built upon its lead, completing a 27-yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-7 early
in the second quarter. Woodland then responded by kicking a short field goal to make the score
21-10 late in the second quarter.

The Yellow Jackets did not slow down on offense, though, putting together a quick drive and
scoring a 30-yard rushing touchdown to take a 28-10 lead going into halftime

Woodland scored first in the second half, making another field goal to make the score 28-13
early in the third quarter. Calhoun continued its scoring barrage, scoring a 59-yard passing
touchdown to make the score 35-13 in the third quarter.

The Yellow Jackets also added two touchdown in the fourth quarter. They did not get the PAT
on their first touchdown, so the score remained 41-13. They did get the PAT on the second one,
though, so they walked away with a 48-13 victory.

With this loss, Woodland is now 2-6 on the season and 0-3 in its region. They will face
Cartersville on Thursday, October 19 and you can listen to that game on WBHF Radio.