Friday night at The Nest on the East Montgomery High School campus, there was plenty of history taking place when the Montgomery Central Timberwolves hosted the Thomasville Bulldogs for both teams’ second game of the season. Although it was a non-conference game, it was the Timberwolves first home game ever. Ironically, Timberwolves’ head coach Benjie Brown and defensive coordinator Allen Brown spent many years as head coach and coordinators, winning a total of seven state titles as Bulldogs. On this night, the Browns wanted nothing more than to send the Bulldogs home with their first loss of the season.
The game was essentially a statistical stalemate, but on the scoreboard the Timberwolves held a slight advantage, defeating the Bulldogs 21 – 14. It was the first win for the Timberwolves, but if they continue to improve at the rapid pace at which they’ve been improving, more victories are sure to follow.
“It feels good to get that first win under our belts,” stated the Timberwolves’ head coach.
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