Glasgow continued their fine play with a 40-10 victory over Saint Elizabeth in a showdown at Baynard Stadium Friday night.
Saint Elizabeth entered looking to snap a three-game losing streak, and hopes were high as St. E’s Timmy Butler look the opening kickoff for a score and the Vikings took an early 7-0 lead.
Not two plays later (including the kickoff) the Dragons struck back.
Keishawn takes the ball 70-yards on the ground, followed up with a two-point conversion; Glasgow takes the lead and never gives it back.
Glasgow extended their win streak to four after a loss 21-20 to Indian River in their season opener making them 4-1.
St. Elizabeth drops to 1-4 after winning their opening bout but dropping the last four to Delmar, Laurel, DMA, and now Glasgow.
Reggie Grinnell, Keishawn Jones, Naiseem Butts and Taivon Jones-Hill all put the ball in the endzone for Glasgow.
Dragons head coach Michael Richardson was overheard after the initial Vikings touchdown saying “we have a football game now.”
When asked about his team bouncing back, Richardson said, “I was counting on my guys and they responded well. We do adversity drills in practice; a pick six, a fumble back to the house and have them respond.”
Richardson was proud of his defense but his goal is for the Dragons to have the best defense in the state.
Glasgow hosts A.I. Dupont next week looking to extend the streak to five wins.
St. Elizabeth takes the trip to Wilmington Friends in an daunting task of ending their losing streak which stands at four.