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Buckeyes scrimmage in Henderson against Lions

The Gilmer Buckeyes outscored the Henderson Lions 1-0 in the controlled portion of their scrimmage at Lion Stadium Thursday night. 

Following that, the teams played two live quarters with a final score of Gilmer 21, Henderson 7. 

Gilmer @ Henderson Scrimmage Stats


 

Controlled Portion

 

Henderson Offense

22 Total Plays for 91 yards

13 Runs for 41 yards

4 of 9 Passing for 50 yards, 1 Int.

4 First Downs

Penalties: 1-5 yards

 

Gilmer Offense

22 Total Plays for 177 yards, 1 TD

8 Runs for 32 yards

10 of 14 Passing for 145 yards, 1 TD

8 First Downs

Penalties: 2-31 yards

 

Gilmer Defense

1 Interception

2 QB Sacks

Penalties: 1-5 yards

 

2 LIVE Quarters

 

Henderson Offense

44 Total Plays for 142 yards, 1 TD

16 Runs for 30 yards, 1 TD

12 of 18 Passing for 112 yards

11 First Downs

Time of Possession- 13:39

Punts: 2-54 total yards

Penalties: 1-5 yards

 

Henderson Defense

2 QB Sacks

 

Gilmer Offense

36 Total Plays for 260 yards, 3 TD's

17 Runs for 42 yards, 1 TD

13 of 19 Passing for 218 yards, 2 TD's

12 First Downs

Time of Possession- 10:21

Punts: 2-55 total yards

Penalties: 1-5 yards

 

Gilmer Defense

2 QB Sacks

Penalties: 1-5 yards


Statistics courtesy of Joe Dodd


The Buckeyes will open the regular season against the Liberty-Eylau Leopards on Thursday night, Aug. 25, in Tyler, at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.

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