Casady: Cassius Calhoun with good night despite loss...
By Robert Przybylo
There wasn’t a last-second game-winning FG this year for Casady against Fort Worth All Saints, but coach Koby Scoville seemed pretty upbeat.
After hanging in there during the first half, the Cyclones ran out of steam in the second half as All Saints wore the smaller, younger Casady team down in a 26-7 defeat for the Cyclones.
“Our kids were still playing extremely hard,” Scoville said. “I was proud of our composure. Everybody was still talking and asking questions. We showed a lot of heart.”
The Cyclones scored in the second quarter on a 16-yard touchdown pass from Mac Katigan to Davis English.
Casady did have 127 rushing yards as junior Cassius Calhoun showed promises of things to come with 85 yards on 17 carries.
Scoville said his team made some mistakes, including two interceptions and two lost fumbles, but “they’re all fixable.”
Scoville said Katigan was sharp despite his 4-of-16 numbers. Scoville said Katigan was under duress a lot but stayed sharp.
The biggest thing Scoville is looking for? Consistency.
Casady hosts Heritage Hall on Thursday night (I’ll be there).
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