Caleb Almond was all business in game with Fredericksburg
It did not take long for CLJV to get the rust off after the first quarter and for the next 3 quarters score 38 points against Fredericksburg in a run-a-way win, 38-8.
“They (CL) fought hard and this game was a testament to them as this season has been tough,” Coach Bret Hodges said. “We are proud of them.”
Fredericksburg took the opening kick-off and after taking 5 minutes off the clock after driving 51 yards, the Hawk’s, stopped the Billies’ runner one yard short of a first down on the Canyon Lake’s 4 yard line.
It would take the running Hawks 11 plays to drive 111 yards for their first score. How did Canyon Lake have more yardage than the football field is long was adding up penalty yardage assessed on this drive.
Five different running backs had a chance to advance the ball on the drive and then Connor Rose broke a 33 yard scamper for that first score and, 8-0 lead.