Freeport wallops G-NG in battle of developing programs

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Freeport wallops G-NG in battle of developing programs

Postby Forecaster » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:13 am

Freeport wallops G-NG in battle of developing programs

FREEPORT—Case in point: The Patriots vs. the Falcons, Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23. Two programs, battling to develop, each winless through the first three weeks of the 2017 season. Both teams took to the field hoping for a competitive bout; both had gameplanned extensively. Only one, though – Freeport – executed like they needed to, and it allowed them to soar easily over G-NG. 41-6 the final.

“We had a long week of practice,” Freeport head coach Paul St. Pierre said. “We did know, coming into this, this was more than just a possible-winnable game; we have to win this game. If we want to make the playoffs, which is our goal, we had to win this game. So we let that be known to the players. They responded very well.”

“I was hoping to be way more competitive than we were today,” said Patriots head coach Duane Greaton. “A couple of key injuries, obviously: We lost our senior Captain runningback for the season, Boomer Simmons, he’s got a torn labrum – pretty much because of this game here, last year. They had hoped he could rehab through it. But that’s fine; we’ve got to move on. So we went through it with a lot of sophomores and freshmen running the ball. We’re going to take our growing lumps along the way. Still, not happy with how we executed. We gameplanned very well for this; we just did not execute.” ... -programs/
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