Lassiter Continues in High Gear
The No. 2 Trojans play at home tonight against winless Woodstock; Kell and Sprayberry also are at home.
Their offensive numbers are daunting for opposing teams to ponder.
In their first four games of the season, the Lassiter Trojans are averaging 42.7 points a game.
A high-powered system that features quarterback Eddie Printz has risen to No. 2 in the Class AAAAAA rankings with very little suspense, and that is unlikely to change tonight.
The Trojans (4-0, 1-0) continue Region 5AAAAAA play at home tonight against Woodstock (0-4, 0-1) in what figures to be a mismatch.
As last week's 41-6 win over Cherokee showed, Lassiter has been scoring early, and often, enjoying big halftime leads. The only exception has been the Trojans' dramatic last-second win over Hillgrove to start the season.
Printz has thrown for 806 yards, with nearly half of those accumulated on the receiving end by Willie Police.
For the Lassiter school community, the game also is a "pink out" occasion for breast cancer awareness. Fans are asked to wear pink, and donations will be collected for breast cancer research.
The Kell Longhorns (3-1) are home tonight in their final non-region game as they play host to North Springs (0-3).
Sprayberry, coming off its first win of the season last week against Forsyth Central, plays its Homecoming game Friday as the Yellow Jackets (1-3) entertain Sequoyah (1-2).
All kickoff times are at 7:30 p.m.