|Cory Colder rushed for 4 touchdowns against Courtland
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy/Clarke County Sports
BRAMBLETON, (12-1-12) The Briar Woods Falcons punched
“My line has done amazing
over the past few years and have added to my successes.” Colder said, “When you have a great offensive line that’s the centerpiece for success. They’ve done a great job over the past couple of years.”
Courtland played the Falcons tough
in the first half and went to the locker room trailing 17-9 at the half. The Falcons were able to blow the game open with four consecutive scores in the third and fourth quarters before removing the starters.
team the first half we kind of tried to force things and then we focused on what we could control. “Falcon quarterback Trace McSorley said, “The second half showed we can pull away from teams if we just do what we have to do.”
When asked about the run McSorley said, “It felt
good; I had a couple runs that I had got caught on earlier in the year. It felt good to finally break one and get all the way to the end zone.”
over Courtland sends the Falcons to the championship game this Saturday at Liberty University against Heritage-Lynchburg winners over L.C. Bird. The two time defending champions want to complete the perfect season and once again bring the Gold back to Ashburn.
It’s bittersweet, I can’t believe we are at the end of the season.”Colder said. “We’ve reached our goal, we are
there. We just have to win it.”.........
Clarke County Sports was on hand when Falcon Coach Charlie Pierce spoke with the media.
"What it comes down to sometimes is we look at what did we do that allowed the other team success." Coach Charlie Pierce