Raiders facing difficult task
glad he made that decision for me,” Pelt said this week.
Years later, Pelt has become a mainstay in Rouse’s huddle. On Saturday at Gupton Stadium, he will lead the Raiders (10-4) against unbeaten Georgetown. The winner will earn a spot in the Class 4A, Division I state championship on Dec. 22 at Cowboys Stadium.
The 6-foot, 175-pound Pelt has thrown for 1,233 yards and 18 touchdowns this season, and he also has rushed for 10 touchdowns. In a 34-0 blanking of Corpus Christi Flour Bluff last week in the state quarterfinals, Pelt, a senior, had a hand in five touchdowns.
“We broke down a ton of game film on the kid, and he’s just a kid who got better and better as the season went on,” said McCallum coach Jason