Bryson quarterback Brayden Houser (15) rumbled into the endzone for the game-tying touchdown in the opening quarter. Bryson would go on to out-score Woodson 61-16 in the homecoming event.  Leader photo by Monica Buchanan

Bryson wins after tough homecoming start

The Bryson Cowboys won their fifth straight game with a 61-16 homecoming win over Woodson. Though the final outcome seemed ideal, the first quarter ended in a 16-16 tie before the Cowboys ran away with the victory. “It was a tough first quarter,” Bryson coach Jason Briles said. “I think we were distracted by all the homecoming activities and it took us a quarter to get our bearings.” It wasn’t until defensive coordinator Hunter Hayes began making substitutions that the Cowboys began to find their stride. “The bench speaks much louder than me,” Hayes told Briles during the contest. “If the bench can’t get ...

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