This weeks win over Bauxite was the Beavers first win over Bauxite since the 1992 season. The Beavers won that game 21-20.
Rose upsets Bauxite, 39-36
Beaver Stadium was a packed house as the fans rooted the new look Beavers on. The game was close at the half with the Beavers losing after the second quarter 14-12. On the first drive of the second half, however, the Beavers would take the lead and keep it. Jonathan Hill carried the ball 89 yards off of a hand off and put it in the end zone. Hill had 2 touchdowns on the evening.
Clint Hattabaugh had a nice night at quarterback as well. Donovan Witham, Zach Honold, and Walter Parish made nice plays on the recieving end of Hattabaugh's passes. On the defensive side of the ball Bobby Norwood recovered a fumble, and Brad Stuckey had some nice tackles as well as some pass deflections.
Next week the Beavers take the show back on the road, and travel to Cutter Morning Star.
Rose storms Warriors, 40-26
The game started with Glen Rose kicking off and recovering a fumble on the kick-off. Glen Rose took over and scored on a run by Jonathan Hill. Hill scored 4 touchdowns on the night and ran for 180 yards.
Next up for the Beavers is Bauxite at home next week, for the season's home opener.
run over Sparkman in scrimmage
Jonathan Hill had 3 touchdowns, Zack Honold, a converted quarterback, had a touchdown off a pass from quarterback Clint Hattabaugh, and Justin Harmon put one in from the defensive side of the ball.
The Beavers season opener will be Friday, September 6 at Little Rock Christian Academy.
A little summer re-building at The Dam
Rose hires Billy Elmore
Coach Elmore comes to Glen Rose from Greenwood, where he was an assistant coach. Prior to his coaching at Greenwood he was an assistant at Barton. Elmore has always been involved with winning programs, and he hopes to turn the Glen Rose program around, and lead them back into the playoffs and the top of the 5AA Conference. The Beavers haven't been to the playoffs since 1995.