Tigers look to end scoring drought
Cory Glasgow (22) runs the ball against McNair's defense earlier in the year. (Bea Ahbeck/News-Sentinel)
California ended its drought earlier this year.
The Tokay High football team is looking to snap its 36 days of not scoring a touchdown.
Today at the Grape Bowl at 7:15 p.m., Tokay (0-2 in the TCAL, 2-5) is looking to break into the end zone against a Tri-City Athletic League squad that is making its second consecutive week of playing at the bowl in Lincoln (2-0 in the TCAL, 4-3).
One word sums up the Tigers’ practices this week, according to Tokay coach Michael Holst — intensity.
“Our first three practices this week have been excellent,” Holst said. “We have been focused on the game plan, and the intensity in practice has been the best it’s been all year.”
Another perk for the Tigers is this is the first week back for Tokay students after a two-week fall break.
“It’s nice to be in a routine and you don’t have to worry about some of the things that you do during the two-week break, such as kids getting rides to practice and staying up late,” Holst said.
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