The 54-0 stomping by Glenvar over Floyd wasn’t pretty

A run by Nathan Saltus ends quickly with little yardage against a touch defense.
The damp weather conditions didn't help, but the Buffaloes threw two interceptions, fumbled, missed opportunities and didn't make it to the end zone all night.

After four big wins in a row, including an overtime victory last week, the Floyd County ran into tough district rival Glenvar Friday night at their home court with moisture in the air and too many missteps on the artificial turf.

Missed passes, interceptions, a fumble that led to a touchdown by Glenvar and other mistakes contributed to a 54-0 disaster where the last two quarters ran with a non-stop clock and no timeouts to bring a quick end to the misery.

Quarterback Kaleb Fenton’s usually-accurate passing went astray with throws either too long or too short, an interception and a dropped ball on a fumbled snap. He watched the last half of the game on the sidelines, but replacement Rylan Swortzel also ran into problems with interceptions and other mistakes against a strong offense from the Highlanders.

More details and photos in next week’s Floyd Press.

Kaleb Fenton’s pass against a hard press from Glenvar didn’t connect with a receiver.
Kaiden Swortzel had no chance to reach the ball.

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