Boonville JV football wins 27-6 over Southern Boone

Chris Bowie
Boonville Daily News
Boonville sophomore Maddex Douglas (88) stiff arms a Southern Boone player in the first half Monday night in junior varsity action at Gene Reagan field.

The Boonville Pirates JV football team led the Southern Boone Eagles from the first quarter on en route to a 27-6 win Monday night at Gene Reagan field.

The Pirates, improving to 2-1 on the season, finished the game with a total of 198 yards in total offense against the Eagles.

Boonville JV coach Ryan Brimer said this was a great team win. “We have really come a long way in a couple of weeks,” Brimer said. “The offense is starting to click nd has been able to move the ball well. The defense has played the last two weeks with great intensity and have been able to set the tone for both games.”

Freshman quarterback Evan Bishop finished the game, completing 8 of 15 passes in the game for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Maddox Douglas led all receivers with four catches for 57 yards and one score, while Ross Brackman hauled in three passes for 48 yards and one touchdown and Cooper Pfeiffer one catch for 7 yards.

Douglas also led the rushing attack for Boonville with three carries for 26 yards and one touchdown. Jacob White finished the game with five carries for 21 yards, while Blake Griffin added one rush for 17 yards, Eli Stock three for 10 yards, Rhad Leathers one for 8 yards, and Tyson White and Evan Bishop each with one carry for 2 yards.

On defense for the Pirates, Trent Maxwell led with nine total tackles with 5.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and one fumble recovery. Eli Stock finished the game with seven tackles, 1 tackle for loss and one sack, while Langston Hall added six tackles and one tackle for loss, Rhad Leathers and Jamal Franklin each with six tackles, Isaiah Escamilla with four tackles, Blake Griffin with three tackles, one tackle for loss and one caused fumble, Cooper Pfeiffer with three tackles, Chase Amos, James Fields, Jacob Thoma, Gage Hodges, Christian Escamilla and Conner Baysinger each with two tackles, Maddox Douglas with one tackle, one tackle for loss and one interception for 90 yards, and Ross Brackman with one tackle.