Sand Hills, FL---The Bozeman Bucks made a rather good impression playing for the first time under new head coach Lyle Messer Thursday night, beating visiting North Bay Haven in a half of varsity play, 30-6.
The Bucks dominated with a pounding ground game, racking up over 200 yards, and four touchdowns rushing in the first two quarters.
Coach Messer wanting a more up-tempo style of offense that spreads the field, uses space as he puts it, and the Bucks did just that against the overmatched Buc's.
North Bay Haven, using a mix of varsity and junior varsity, outscoring Bozeman's j.v. in the second half by a tally of 36-6.
The attached video shows the following:
-Bozeman dominating this one from the start, they score on the first drive, Qb. David Elmore keeps it and scores from 11 yards out, it's 8-0.
-North Bay Haven who's starting q-b is sitting out because he just transferred in, trying to answer, but the Bozeman dee not allowing that, Jarred McKee gets the quarterback sack.
-So the Bucks, with a K, get the ball back and drive it in again, this time Nate Robinson goes across from the one, another two point conversion makes it 16-0.
-Not long after that, it's Elmore, guiding a rather fast paced offense under new coach Lyle Messer, with a 6 yard score to make it 22-0.
-Bay Haven does answer that score, #80 is Braiden Hardesty and he finds his way to the endzone on this touchdown run, it's 22-6.
-Bozeman though tacks on another score before the varsity half of
another Elmore score, it was 30-6 at the end of the first half during which the varsity squads went head to head.. Bozeman 200 plus on the ground in that half.