By Charles Ballard
COLDSPRING — Diboll’s only points against the Trojans came with only 4 seconds left in the second quarter on a short field goal, but it was enough to claim the win on Friday.
The rest of the game was defensive strategy, with each team trying to find routes to the goal line. Several runs upfield were stopped close to the goal line with no score; Diboll had problems holding on to the ball, and Coldspring had several chances to score but just could not get past the Lumberjack defense.
The Trojans could not get any field advantage, which the stats showed. The team had only 96 yards on 36 plays for an average of 2.7 yards per play; in the air, the team went 3-for-10 for only 29 yards.
Tyga Parker had 19 yards on 5 carries; K.J. Harden had 28 yards on 9 carries; Cook McGowen had 3 yards on 4 carries; and Xzavian Roberts had 1 yard on 5 carries.
Sophomore QB David Rowe went 3-of-9 passing for 29 yards and one interception.He also had 16 yards rushing on 2 carries.
Luke Monroe had 3 catches for 29 yards.