Yellow Jackets hammer Ashville, 49-8


Dylan Stone rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another score to lead fourth-ranked Glencoe High to a 49-8 victory over Ashville on Friday in a Class 3A, Region 6 game at AHS. 

Also for Glencoe (6-0, 4-0), Thomas Ozmint gained 237 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 26 carries. 

The Yellow Jackets rolled up 582 total yards – including 413 on the ground – while holding the Bulldogs to 83. 

Stone’s 3-yard touchdown run at 8:39 of the first quarter gave the Jackets the lead for good, with kicker Joseph Bright providing the first of his seven extra points.

Ozmint’s 12-yard scoring run  less than two minutes later made it 14-0.

The following two Glencoe possessions ended with touchdown runs by Stone, the first a 12-yard scramble 30 seconds into the second period and the second a 52-yard scamper at 9:39.

The Yellow Jackets entered halftme ahead 35-0 courtesy of Ozmint’s 18-yard touchdown run at 3:22.

Ashville avoided the shutout on Hunter Hucjbay’s 29-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Williams with 1:39 left in the third period.

Stone’s 45-yard scoring pass to Andrew Willis restored the Glencoe advantage to 35 points, and Cade Alred’s 13-yard touchdown run with 1:37 left in the game capped the scoring.

Stone finished with 285 combined yards. he rushed 15 times for 116 yards and completed 9 of 22 passes for 169 yards.

Willis had four receptions for 73 yards. 

Mason Brown led defensively with eight tackles, while Austin Bush had six and Pace Ozmint five. 

Glencoe travels to Ohatchee on Friday for more region action. 

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