Coa­homa looks to stay un­beaten with road trip to Merkel this Fri­day night

Big Spring Herald - - COMICS - By SHAWN MO­RAN Her­ald Sports Writer

Coa­homa con­tin­ued to roll last Fri­day night in a 34-0 ri­valry win over Colorado City. Head Coach Chris Joslin had his team ready to go and de­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor Mitchell Woodard’s de­fense pitched their sec­ond shutout of the sea­son.

The Bull­dogs have outscored their first four op­po­nents by a score of 157-47 this sea­son and will face-off against the 2-2 Merkel Bull­dogs this Fri­day night. It will be Coa­homa’s sec­ond straight game on the road and they will look to con­tinue build­ing on the suc­cesses they have had early this sea­son.

“We’ve cut our penal­ties way back. The big thing on of­fense is the way we have been spread­ing the ball around to ev­ery­body.”

The Bull­dogs have been giv­ing con­sis­tent touches to run­ning backs Bry­sen Kerby and Isa­iah Martin while also in­volv­ing tal­ented wide re­ceivers Tony Ha­gins and Sean Striegler in the game­plan weekly. Tight end Colin Daniels has found him­self in a role as an of­fen­sive threat that al­ways seems to coast un­der the de­fense’s radar.

Courtesy Photo/Coa­homa ISD

Coa­homa tight end Colin Daniels goes un­touched into the end zone for a touch­down. It was Daniels’ third touch­down on his fifth re­cep­tion of the sea­son.

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