Tolsia looks to rival Tug Valley after win
GLENHAYES — A 48-18 win Thursday night over WestSide shifted some momentum the Rebels way putting them back in the mix with a 2-2 record.
Tolsia rushed for over 400 yards in the matchup against WestSide and had seven players see the end zone.
The Rebel’s defense stayed perfect holding WestSide to negative two yards rushing.
Devon Crum and Tanner Copley added a pair of touchdowns, while lineman Kameron Holmes gave a contribution of his own returning a fumble to the house.
John Wilson also sprinted in from 9-yards out.
Coach Eric Crum said Tug Valley is always a game the Rebels look forward to playing.
“They’re usually pretty good, but they may not see us coming,” he said.
Tug Valley (2-1) comes off a nail biting win over Phelps, Ky. 30-24.
Parker Brewer punched in the game winning touchdown from 4-yards out with just 1:11 in the game. After a successful PAT, Tug Valley secured their second win of the season.
Tug Valley’s defense showed their scrappiness forcing three turnovers and holding Phelps to only 205 total yards. The first turnover forced came on an Ethan Varney interception scoring the game’s first touchdown.
The Panthers weak spot was nine penalties for 83-yards.
Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m. in Naugatuck. Stay tuned to the Wayne County News for game updates.