Monticello Doesn’t Earn Win Easily as SOV Puts the Pressures On

Photo by Keith Stewart SOV’s Devin Mosier leaps for the grab during Friday’s game at Monticello. The Redskins lost 27-14, but managed to do more damage than any other team Monticello has faced so far this year.

Photo by Keith Stewart
SOV’s Devin Mosier leaps for the grab during Friday’s game at Monticello. The Redskins lost 27-14, but managed to do more damage than any other team Monticello has faced so far this year.

SOV does what no other team this year has

by Keith Stewart
keith@newsprogress.com

Coming into last Friday night’s matchup, Monticello’s defense had been touted as one of, if not the best defenses in the area. And rightfully so.

Allowing just over an average of six points per game through five weeks of football, the Sages had made a name for themselves among OVC huddles. They were even plastered across the front of the Decatur Herald and Review’s sports section earlier that day.

But none of this seemed to matter to SOV’s football team, who travelled to Monticello as the expected homecoming appetizer and though, yes, did lose, posted 14 points, the most any team has scored on the Sages this season and nearly half of what they had allowed all year, not to mention, making for a game that was either team’s win or loss up until the final minutes of the fourth quarter.     Login or Subscribe to read the rest of this story.

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