By Ethan Colbert
For the second consecutive week, a team from Callaway County has routed the Bowling Green Bobcats on the gridiron.
On Friday night, the ‘Cats traveled to Kingdom City to face the North Callaway Thunderbirds.
It is nearly 61 miles between Bowling Green High School and North Callaway High School, but Friday night’s football game showed that the gulf between their football programs is much wider than that.
The Thunderbirds demonstrated a poised approach to their offense, which was lead by junior quarterback Jadon Henry and senior runningback Jordan Delashmutt. Meanwhile, the Bobcats continued to show the self-destructive behavior that has contributed to their two-game losing skid during the Eastern Missouri Conference portion of their season.
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