UC earns second win of the season
Early miscues could not slow Union County down, as they earned the second win of the season, 40-8, at New Site on Friday.
Three turnovers plagued UC early on, but the play of Broderick Montgomery helped lead the team to a 28-8 halftime lead. Finishing with three touchdowns, Montgomery once again carried the load for the offense.
“D.J. (Armstrong) had another good night passing, but we chose not to throw the ball as much in this game,” UC coach Scott Duley said. “Broderick did a great job for us on the ground, and New Site is a physical team. They are an older, more experienced squad, and they had one player that gave us problems throughout the night.”
Armstrong accounted for one of UC's touchdowns along with one by Jonathan Thomas, and despite only allowing eight points for New Site, Duley noted that the defensive effort was not as sharp, and that is an area the team will work on heading into their season finale next week.
“We have Potts Camp in our final game, and for us, this is our big rival, so to speak,” Duley said. “Our programs started at the same time, and it has been a close game each year. They are coming off of two 35-0 wins, and I wouldn't look too much into the games they've lost, because I honestly believe if they had a chance to play those teams again, the outcome would be different.”
“Like us, they're learning how to play, and would would like nothing more than to end the season on a good note with a win.”
Next week's game against the Cardinals will take place at Byhalia.
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- Winners in the 2016 Mississippi Bluegrass Championships at the Down From the Hills Heritage Music festival
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