Taming the Wildcat
By: Amoni Clark-Selby
Friday night football was set off this week by the Knightdale Knights versus the Millbrook Wildcats, Knightdale and Millbrook clashed heads against each other this friday especially on both teams defensive side of the ball. The Wildcats defense dominated the Knights offense for most of the first quarter stopping the knights with little effort kicking them onto the sideline every time with a three and out strike. Although the Wildcats defense were dominating the knights offense they didn’t stand a chance against the Knights defense when it was time for the wildcats to play offense.
The Knights defense were dominating and controlling the Wildcats, The Wildcats didn’t stand a chance at all against the Knights defense. The Knights defensive was stopping the Wildcats dead in their tracks the Knights defense was so strong against the Wildcats, that they scored the first touchdown against the Wildcats for the Knights from the Knights Defense. The Knights first touchdown was caused do to a sack caused by Amoni Clark-Selby (42,50) and Marcell Johnson (4) leading the Knights 0-7 against the Wildcats and helping set the tone for the Knights offense.
Third quarter was dominated mainly by the Knights offense with Marquavis johnson (23) running down the field for a fifty yard rush putting the knights onto the two yard line later leading to a two yard dive touchdown by Marcell Johnson (4) along with a over a hundred rushing yards by Nathaniel Harvey. In all the Knights dominated the Wildcats Offensively and Defensively, but the Highlight of the night was the 98 yard interception return by Justin Blango showing the knights Dominance over the wildcats even though it was called back. The Knights won the game 7-14 starting the second game of the season just right lets go knights.