Standley Lake takes advantage of short field to throttle Littleton in opener
By Michael Hicks
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 1:26 pm
Trey Jarvis broke through the line, raised his hands and blocked T.R. Mitchell’s first-quarter punt. The stroke of good fortune set Standley Lake up at the Littleton 13-yard line. But more than that it was a sign of what was to come in the season opener Aug. 24 at Littleton Public Schools Stadium.
Taking advantage of field position all night, the visiting Gators scored four of their five touchdowns on drives that started in Littleton territory en route to a 35-3 whitewashing in the Zero Week contest.
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