Howell Steams Past Wentzville

By Lyons, Joe | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), September 14, 1997 | Go to article overview

Howell Steams Past Wentzville


Lyons, Joe, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


The Francis Howell High football team isn't where first-year coach Larry Branson wants it to be. Yet.

"We played better today than we did last week and that's what we're looking for," Branson said Saturday after the Vikings rolled by Wentzville 32-6 in the first Gateway Athletic Conference Gridiron Classic at the Trans World Dome. "We still have some areas that need work - for one thing, we have to find a way to cut down on the penalties - but we're making progress. It takes time when you have new coaches and a new system to learn. But fortunately, we've been able to win while we're learning."

The Vikings, ranked seventh in the Post-Dispatch large-schools poll, improved to 2-0 overall and in conference play. Wentzville is 0-2, 0-1. Howell scored on its first two possessions, building a 13-0 halftime lead. Senior Justin Hayes, who had three of the Vikings' five touchdowns, scored on a 1-yard run to cap an 18-play drive late in the first quarter. Ben Smith broke though several tackles and picked up some excellent downfield blocking on a 57-yard romp early in the second. Howell put the game out of reach midway through the second half, scoring three touchdowns in a span of 3 minutes 27 seconds. Hayes scored on a 1-yard plunge to make it 19-0 and added another score, after Howell's Calvin Davis picked off a deflected pass. …

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