By Joshua McKinney —
Offense, defense, special teams.
No matter what side of the ball the Billies lined-up on, they figured out a way to score.
Fredericksburg High School varsity football jumped to a 29-point lead in the first quarter (2-0, 0-0) to beat Austin Travis (0-2, 0-0), 46-28, in a non-district game Friday night, Sept. 4, at House Park in Austin.
Scoring in all phases of the game is exactly what head coach Lance Moffett thinks is the sign of a well-rounded football team.
“It just means we’re balanced and that’s what we want to be,” Moffett said. “Coach (Bill) Wilder is just tickled to death because we scored twice on defense. The guys get some stickers on their helmets for scoring on defense, and that’s what they want to do.”
A 42-yard field goal, a fumble returned for a touchdown and a blocked punt run in for a score, plus four offensive touchdowns led to the total team victory over Travis.