West Forsyth came up with a goal-line stand in the first quarter, stuffing a Chattahoochee run up the middle on 4th and goal from the 2-yard line to thwart the Cougars' biggest scoring threat of the first half. That was that only Chattahoochee drive to make it into Wolverine territory in the first half.
A 20-yard field goal by West Forsyth’s Kaleb Sherman accounted for the only scoring of the first half. Sherman’s kick capped a 16-play, 75-yard drive. Sherman is a converted linebacker that took over the place-kicking duties mid-week, after the Wolverines’ top two kickers were lost to injury.
McConnell orchestrated the Wolverines’ ground game, distributing the ball between Grant Torgerson, Grant Anderskow and Reid.
Caleb Miles and Sean Hoffmann had interceptions for Chattahoochee, which will try to bounce back next week at Centennial.
West Forsyth is at Habersham Central next week.