If you didn't catch Tevin Moore last Friday, you weren't the only one. Heck, the road runner might have had a problem keeping up with the Stringer High School quarterback against Nanih Waiya. "The difference between a lot of athletes is they may get four or five yards, but with his speed, and his ability to make people miss, he turns them into touchdowns," said Stringer Head Coach Marlon Brannan.
The junior quarterback had a very modest, but effective night through the air. He tossed the rock a total of four times, and completed three attempts for 94 yards and a score. On the ground, Moore left tire tracks all over the Warriors defense, rushing 14 times for 261 yards and six, yes six, additional touchdowns.
"It feels good. I can't put it into words," Moore said of the night he had. "It feels good to have a good game, every time you can have one, if you got a team following you." The Red Devils indeed followed Moore to a 54-7 win over Nanih Waiya, and will follow him to the second round of the playoffs, where they'll meet Noxapater.
That's the most important thing for Moore. "I'm just glad I got another week of football," he said.