(Bowl)ing R’mont flat

(Bowl)ing R’mont flat
What Ridgemont coach Lance Gray termed a “flat and unmotivated” outing resulted in a 22-8 defeat to Gibson County on Tuesday afternoon.
All totaled, the Mustangs committed four turnovers (three interceptions and one fumble).
Gray claimed the only bright spot for his team was a play late in the fourth quarter that resulted in Ridgemont’s lone touchdown.
Sisk hit Hayden Carry for a 25-yard touchdown strike. Alberto Vasquez took in the two-point conversion for the Mustangs.
Defensively, R’mont (3-4) had Mason Parker with five solo tackles. Mustangs Jacob Sisk and Zach Parker had four stops each.
The Mustangs must put this defeat — which Gray termed as “not the best performance of the season” — behind them quickly.
Ridgemont returns to the gridiron on Thursday at Bethel University against McKenzie in the fifth annual mckenzierebels.com Bowl.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Gates open at 6 with admission $5.
McKenzie is coached by Brad Chappell, who has led his program to six straight Carroll County titles.
The McKenzie Touchdown Club will feed both teams after the game.
Cheerleaders from both schools will perform as well.
Last year, McKenzie defeated GC 34-24 in a shootout in the aforementioned bowl game.
The Rebels are 2-2 in past bowl game appearances, one of those losses to Union City Middle School.

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