HS Football: The Woodlands Aims to Prove They Are the 13-6A Powerhouse
THE WOODLANDS, TX – This Friday Night Lights showcased the Grand Oaks Grizzlies hosting The Woodlands Highlanders at Woodforest Bank Stadium. With Head Coach Mike Jackson of Grand Oaks retiring, interim head coach Aaron Johnson will take over for the remainder of the season. This will be his first match as head coach for the Grizzlies.
After coming off a huge win against Conroe, The Woodlands looks to expand their lead in the division and chase down New Caney who currently sits in first place.
Right away, The Woodlands came out with the same aggression as last week. Mabrey Mettauer connected with four different receivers in the first half shutting out the Grizzlies 35-0.
In the second half, The Woodlands put in backup quarterback Patrick Miller who also found different receivers for touchdowns. Grand Oaks struggled to get anything going on offense other than a couple of breakaway runs.
With a block punt from Caleb Phillips, The Woodlands would slow down their attacks and settled on a 63-0 shutout.
The Woodlands will face Cleveland next week while Grand Oaks takes on Oak Ridge in the Battle of the Oaks.