Sheridan Continues Dominant Start With Shutout Victory Over John Glenn [VIDEO]

Posted on:

< < Back to

The Sheridan Generals continued their dominant start to the 2014 season Friday night as they beat the John Glenn Little Muskies 42-0 at Paul Culver Stadium.

Sheridan (4-0, 2-0 MVL) started the game with the ball, and worked their way down the field, highlighted by a 28-yard run by Levi Wray into Little Muskie territory. However, Sheridan fumbled the ball just a few plays later and John Glenn recovered.

John Glenn (2-2, 1-1) was not able to capitalize on the turnover, as the Generals defense forced a three-and-out. The Little Muskies were not able to get a first down until their fourth drive of the game. The Generals offense did not face those same problems, as they had six first downs by the 4:30 mark in the first quarter.

Sheridan was lucky that John Glenn could not get anything going off their turnovers, as the Generals fumbled the ball twice in the first half but the Little Muskies could not convert those turnovers into points.

The Generals, however, were able to capitalize on John Glenn’s mistakes. With 8:05 remaining in the first half, the Little Muskies muffed a Sheridan punt and Sheridan recovered. Two plays later, Sheridan quarterback Luke Fox found a wide open Justin Snider for the touchdown to put them up 14-0 with 7:41 to go in the first half.

Sheridan running back Levi Wray continued to dominate in the second half with a 20-yard run up the middle where he carried almost the entire John Glenn defense on his back. The Generals went on to score later on in the drive to put them up 28-0 on their way to a shut out victory.

Sheridan’s defense definitely came to play, as they only gave up 55 total yards to the Little Muskies.

Sheridan will stay home next week as they host MVL opponent Morgan (0-4, 0-2 MVL) and John Glenn will play host to the Philo Electrics (2-2, 1-1) next Friday night.

'Gridiron Glory' airs every Friday night at 11:30 p.m. on WOUB. You can follow the show on Twitter @gridironglory, like the Gridiron Glory page on Facebook, and follow along on Instagram @woubsports. You can also join the conversation throughout the season by using the hashtag #GridGlory!