The Yellow Jackets swarmed over the mountain range into Parsons inundating the Mountain Lions in the Den with a 44-0 lead during the second quarter en route to a 44-28 victory on Friday night.
Moorefield came out buzzing with energy rebounding from last week’s rivalry loss to the Cougars storming forward on a tenacious attack before letting the younger squad trade places on the sidelines to navigate the gridiron earning more experience against Tucker County with the dominate advantage late in the second quarter through the rest of the contest.
“I thought the energy was good. They had a challenge all week to have the understanding of what happened the week before to use it to our advantage. We didn’t want to come out flat. We had to play with fire, to come off strong. They came out and they did that. They did a great job coming out and executing tonight with passion,” Moorefield coach Matthew Altobello commented.
The Yellow Jackets will host Petersburg (2-1) this Friday for the annual Summit Bowl.