Season Record: 3-1
It was a game of big plays and more than a few mistakes when the Woodstock football team visited Springfield before a large crowd Friday night. And despite the humid conditions that can sap a small squad, Woodstock’s traditionally solid ground game pushed the team to another victory, as it downed the rejuvenated Cosmos by a 41-12 score.
The game was much tougher than the final score might indicate. Woodstock led only 21-12 midway through the third quarter before Nikolai Davis’ third touchdown run (all 27 yards or longer) gave Woodstock a 16-point lead. In the final period the Wasps tacked on two more touchdowns, one from Daniel Robinson from 21 yards out and the other a 5-yard Nehemiah Wood scamper, to establish the final margin.
It’s been a long, long time since the words “Woodstock” and “football” and “lost” were used in the same sentence. Three years and two days ago, Woodstock lost 20-0 to Mt. Abraham, just two weeks after Hurricane Irene ravaged this community… read more
Although given a good test by the Olympians, Woodstock rebounded from its first football loss in over three years by downing Oxbow 35-20. The hosts trailed only 21-20 entering the final quarter before two Woodstock touchdowns established the final 15-point margin.
Head Coach: Ramsey Worrell
Asst. Coach: Zach Scott, Michael Jabour