Colquitt Handles Valdosta 48-13, Preps For Warner Robins

September 10, 2018 – Moultrie, GA

In what some characterized as a flat and lackluster first half for this year’s Packer football squad, the Colquitt County Packers eventually put the Valdosta Wildcats away by a score of 48-13 at Tom White Field at Mack Tharpe Stadium this past Friday night (Packer video highlights above).

At the half it was Colquiit up by 11 points over the Cats 17-6 and while lots of teams would have been content just to have a lead, Packers Head Coach Rush Propst wasn’t impressed with the first half performance to say the least. His locker room message to the team going into the second half? A direct and commanding “fix it and finish it” and that they did scoring 33 more points in the second half and allowing the Cats just 7 more.

This upcoming Friday the Pack will likely face one of this season’s tougher challenges as it heads up to Warner Robins, Georgia to square off against a very capable 3-0 squad led by QB standout Dylan Fromm. Fromm is a 6-0, 200-pound Pro-Style Quarterback and the younger sibling of UGA’s QB Jake Fromm. Having played just 3 games thus far Dylan is at 9 TD passes and has 1072 passing yards averaging just over 357 per game.

Fromm’s likely targets for the upcoming game? It’s a safe bet to assume one of them will be WR/TE Tyler Fromm. That’s right and not a typo… Fromm. It’s his 6-4 210 lb brother. Family connections aside, it should be a great match-up as the Packers defense is playing stingy this season allowing opponents a total of just 37 points in 4 games played.

Overall the Pack has outscored it’s opponents to the tune of 181-37 and hopes to continue the trend this Friday, September 14th at McConnell Talbert Stadium in Warner Robins, Georgia. The Warner Robins Demons are coming off a 49-14 rout over Baldwin this past Friday night.

Kickoff for this Friday’s game is scheduled for 7:30 PM. Presale tickets for this game will not be available at CCHS. Tickets can be purchased online for $8 each using GoFan – . Tickets purchased at the gate will be $10.