GRANDVIEW —The Greyhounds (0-0, 0-3) were unable to get their offense in gear as they lost to the Quincy Jackrabbits on homecoming night, 26-6, at Rich Leenhouts Stadium Friday night.
Throughout the game, Grandview could not take advantage of their offensive opportunities. “We had too many drops tonight. We just weren’t on our game tonight,” Head Coach Darren Mezger expressed.
The game started with Greyhounds making two field goals in the first quarter. Quincy answered back with three touchdowns with only one 2-point conversion to make the score 20-6 at the half.
Quincy scored off an interception targeted to senior wide receiver/defense back Bryce DeLarosa, with 4:46 remaining in the fourth quarter, making the final score 26-6.
Defensively, the Greyhounds battled hard. Mickel Magana recorded 10 tackles and Danny Ramos had six.
The Greyhounds had 235 total passing yards, 21 rushing yards and four interceptions.
Senior quarterback Rocco Parish passed for 235 yards and had four interceptions. He acknowledged it was difficult to get the ‘Hounds’ offense on track and establish any momentum.
The Greyhounds will face off against East Valley (Yakima) on the road next Friday Sept. 27, at 7 p.m.