’Cats open 1-5A play with victory
“No doubt, he’s a good athlete and a good player,” Laird said. “He’s a linebacker and they are supposed to be around the ball a lot and he is.”
Oakley said the run left his gasping for breath.
“I didn’t know if I was going to make it,” Oakley said. “I was just about dead. I can’t explain how it happened two weeks in a row; I’m just glad it did.”
Oakley’s score came with 7:04 left in the game and gave Ruston a 29-19 lead. On Huntington’s next series, the Bearcat defense again attacked.