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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Cats leave the Frogs dazed and confused in 48-0 win

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Lake Worth entered the contest against the preseason district 6/4A favorite, the Kennedale Wildcats, with hope and excitement. {{more: continue …}}
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It has been a good year for the Bullfrogs. The Frogs were undefeated in district play and were 4-2 overall. The Cats were 3-3 overall and 2-0 in district play before the game. It was the second year of a rebuilding program under Head Coach and the pieces were falling into place for the Frogs.
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They left the field dazed and confused.
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Their team had been averaging 45 points and over 450 total yards per game. The least that the Frogs offense had scored was 22 points. In this game, playing in front of their hometown fans, the Frogs came up with a total of 90 yards on offense, 3 first downs, and zero points. In contrast, the Wildcats rolled up 571 yards, 28 first downs, and 48 points.
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The Frogs hit a wall ?

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What happened was that the Bullfrogs hit a wall and there was no going over it, under it or around it. They were boxed-in by the Kennedale Wildcat defense.
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In 10 possessions, Lake Worth was forced to punt seven-time, intercepted twice and fumbled a fair catch. Only once did Lake Worth go more than 4 and out, and that once and it ended in a 5 and out.
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The Wildcats scored on 8 of 11 possessions. On their 11th possession of the night, Kennedale ran out the clock with consecutive kneel-downs at the Lake Worth 10 yard line.
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The Lake Worth defense did slow down the Cats somewhat, forcing Kennedale to go with two field goals instead of their usual touchdown and then stymie two more drives with a 4&out and an interception.
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Game possessions results ?
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Lake Worth (Possession number ? starting yard line ? result): Possession #1 LW25 – 4&out; #2 LW25 ? 4&out; #3 LW12 ? 4&out; #4 LW37 ? 4& out; #5 LW25 4&out, Halftime #6 LW Fair Catch fumbled & turnover; #7 LW25 ? 4&out; #8 LW25 ? Interception; #9 LW30 Interception; and #10 KN25 5&out punt.
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Kennedale (Possession number ? starting yard line ? result): Possession #1 KN43 ? FG; #2 KN48 ? Interception; #3 LW47 ? TD; #4 KN20 ? TD; #5 KN39 ? FG; Halftime, #6 KN9 ? Punt; #7 LW29 (FbRec) ? TD; #8 KN42 ? TD; #9 KN44 ? TD; #10 KN15 -TD; #11 KN38 ? time runs out 2xkneel.

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Wildcat individual stats:

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Rushing: Keirahyin Brown (JR) 20/173yds (8.7av), Ryan Williams (SO) 12/131 (10.9av) 3TDs, Cameron Hynson (SR) 11/110 (10.0av) 2 TDs, Marlette Joyner (JR) 4/54 (13.5av), Frank Brooks (JR)?4/46 (11.5av), Seth Paroulek (SR) 8/20 (2.5av) 1TD, Ife Adeyemi (JR) 5/3 (0.6)
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Receiving:?Ife Adeyemi (JR) 3/30 (10.0av)
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Tackles:? Braden Waters (SO) 8 & 4 for loss, Antoine Martin (SO) 6 & 1 for loss 1 sack, Wali Latifi (SR) 4 & 1 for loss 1 interception, JD Coffey (JR) 4 & 1 for loss, Wayne Landry (SR) 3, Julius Perez (FR) 3, Tanner Coker (SR) 2 & 1 for loss, Frank Brooks?(JR) 2, Travis Neyhart (SO) 2, Morgan Earle (SR) 1 for loss 1 sack, Pa?ton Bragg (JR) 1, Ife Adeyemi (JR) 1 Interception.
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Up next …

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The Kennedale Wildcats football team (4-3, 3-0) will host the Dunbar Wildcats (2-4, 2-0) this Friday at Wildcat Stadium. The game time is 7:30 p.m.
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Also, on Friday, the Kennedale Lady Kats volleyball team (27-8, 8-0) will be defending their district title against the Dunbar Lady Wildcats (1-15, 0-7) at 5:30 p.m. The match will be play in the Wildcat Den at Kennedale High School.

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