By Score Atlanta
Woodstock head coach Brent Budde was certainly motivated when the Wolverines stepped onto the field tonight after a disappointing 4-6 record last season. Memories of deflating injuries and lopsided losses were still fresh in the minds of the hosting Wolverines as Johns Creek visited the Woodshed. Before there would be an opportunity to restore excitement in Town Lake by starting 2012 off strong, everything was spoiled by a Gladiator shutdown as Johns Creek prevailed 28-0.
Budde and his team did not appear synchronized for the majority of the game, and on the opening possession, running back Trey Alexander fumbled. Johns Creek took possession and Mike Cloy’s talented offense, led by senior quarterback Skye Overton, quickly took control of the game.
Woodstock’s defense did a good job in the early action of being aggressive against the spread but that success was short-lived. Late in the first quarter while backed up at the Johns Creek nine yard line, Overton