Montgomery, Bailey push Lewisville Lions past Shamrocks

Herald correspondentSeptember 28, 2013 

— Lewisville found itself in somewhat of a state of shock when the Eau Claire Shamrocks went 74 yards in six plays to claim a six-point lead in the first quarter.

However, the Lions were more than able to regroup by reeling off 38 unanswered points in a 38-12 nonregion victory at Bolden Stadium on Friday.

Quarterback Cody Montgomery threw for 205 yards with 20 completions and Dre Bailey rushed for three scores to highlight the Lions, who improved to 4-2 overall.

“We played much better this week; last week in our loss to Buford, we did not come out with intensity and were not prepared to play,” Lewisville coach Will Mitchell said. “Tonight, it was much better. We seem to be involved in close games; so tonight, it was good to get this type of victory.”

The Shamrocks, who celebrated homecoming, remain winless at 0-5.

Lewisville 38,

Eau Claire 12

Lewisville03107-38
Eau Claire6006-12

Scoring summary

EC — Marquis Taylor 39-yard pass to Wallace Green (run failed)

LHS — Dre Bailey 11-yard run (Osveldo Sarduy kick)

LHS — Tony Gaston 3-yard run (Michael Spence run)

LHS — Bailey 20-yard run (Sarduy kick)

LHS — Bailey 2-yard run (Cody Montgomery pass to Gaston)

LHS – Trey Keels 5-yard run (Sarduy kick)

EC — Taylor 5-yard run (run failed)

Team statistics

ECL
First downs1214
Rushes-yards32-4825-91
Comp-Att-Int12-20-021-35-0
Passing yards119211
Fumbles-lost3-11-0
Penalties-yards 14-13515-103

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Lewisville: Dre Bailey 13-65, Tony Gaston 2-6, Cody Montgomery 6-37, Malik McCullough 1-(-9), Trey Keels 2-(-8), Rontavius Lawhorn 1-0. Eau Claire: Marquis Taylor 16-(-23), Wallace Green 12-93, Keith McNeil 1-(-11), Wallace Green 3-(-11).

PASSING — Lewisville: Cody Montgomery 20-32-0-205, Christian Laws 1-3-0-6. Eau Claire: Marquis Taylor 12-20-0-119.

RECEIVING — Lewisville: Tony Gaston 8-101, Malik McCullough 4-42, Dre Bailey 4-26, Michael Spence 2-34, Rontavious Lawhorn 2-8. Eau Claire: Wallace Green 7-83, Demarcus Butler 3-32, Mikel Johnson 1-2, Keith McNeil 1-2.

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