Oxford High Football Comes up Short in Opener

 

 

The Oxford HS Football opened its season on Friday, September 8th at Watertown HS.

The young Wolverines jumped out to an impressive start, scoring 2 Touchdowns early in the game. First, Matt Stordy ran for a score from 3 yards out in the 1st Quarter, which was followed by a successful 2-pt conversion run by QB Cayden Mitchell. In the 2nd Quarter, Dylan Batlle scored on a 8 yard scamper, followed by another successful 2-pt conversion run by Matt Stordy, to give the Wolverines a 16 – 0 lead late in the 2nd Quarter. After giving up a 25 yard pass completion for a touchdown, the half ended with Oxford up by a score of 16-7.

In the 3rd quarter, Watertown struck quickly on a long 65 yard pass play that cut the Oxford lead to 16-14. Late in the 3rd quarter, a bad snap out of the end zone resulted in 2 more points for Watertown and tied the game at 16 heading into the 4th quarter.

In the 4th quarter, Watertown was able to score on a 4th and 8 play to take the lead for good, 23-16. Two more late scores by Watertown ended the scoring, as the Indians were victorious by a score of 37-16.

 

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