The Glasgow High School Scotties and Coach Jeff Garmon recorded their second shutout of the young season last Friday night at home. The Scotties shutout the Monroe County Falcons 28-0 to improve to 3-0.
The Scotties only allowed a touchdown against Russellville (42-6) or they would have three shutouts.
The Scotties took the opening kickoff and didn’t waste much time getting on the scoreboard. Quarterback Easton Jessie hit Rico Crowder on a beautiful over the shoulder fade route for their first touchdown of the game with 7:28 on the clock.
GHS senior kicker, Wesley Travis, split the uprights for a 7-0 lead. Travis was 2 of 3 on PAT kicks on the night.
Linebacker David Dale intercepted a deflected pass to give the Scotties back the football. Easton connected with Cameron Bulle on 4th down for his second TD pass of the game. Glasgow led Monroe 14-0 at the end of the first quarter.
The Scotties ended the game with 158 yards rushing and 169 yards passing. Glasgow held Monroe to 67 yards rushing and 104 yards in the air.
Jessie was 13 of 17 passing with 4 touchdown passes. Crowder ended the night with 3 TD catches with 5 total pass receptions for 103 yards. Bulle had 5 catches for 32 yards and 1 touchdown catch, Jerrick Martin had 3 catches for 35 yards.
Mason Arms led the Scotties on the ground with 5 carries for 47 yards. Bulle rushed 4 times for 44 yards and scored on one 2-point conversion. Gavin Neal had 6 carries for 29 yards.
Arms led the Scotties with 10 solo tackles. Kellon Stone finished the game with 6 solo tackles. Jacob Brunson had 5 takedowns.
Four Scotties had 3 tackles: Daylan Thomas, Ryan Morgan, Cash Wells, and Cam Johnson. Ryne Randal and Martin each had 2 solo tackles.
Martin Landon and Dale each had an interception.