GAC Seniors Complete Final Sugar Bowl

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GAC Seniors Complete Final Sugar Bowl

Branden Harris, Staff writer

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Some of the boys from the class of 2018 have a tradition of getting together on Super Bowl Sunday to play their own mini version of the Super Bowl. They call these games the Sugar Bowl because they are traditionally played in Sugarloaf Country Club. This year’s game was played on the multi-purpose lacrosse field on GAC’s campus.

There were four teams and each team had a color. Red, blue, white, and black where the teams, and each team had 4 or 5 students. The game rules were the first team to score three times, starting from the 40-yard line, won the game. Each team had only four downs to score.

The blue team was Carson Hoover, Ryan Quisling, Michael Morris, Nick Jones, and Branden Harris. This was the dream team and with Quarterback Bubba Morris and his main receiver, Carson Hoover, they were almost unstoppable. Blue won the first game 3-2 against team red, which consisted of Jared Hamilton, Ford Roberts, Trey Wood and Brandon Runkel.

Next, team blue played team black, which had Mercer football commit Max Burke, Pruitt Martin, Cameron Brasher and Alan Galloway. The blue and the black team were the two best teams on the field but the blue team fell short the first game. The teams played again and this time the Blue team won in overtime. Star receiver Hoover and quarterback Michael Morris connected on all four touchdowns and led team blue to the Sugar Bowl championship. The Sugar Bowl started among these seniors when they were back in middle school. Overall, the sugar bowl was a fun and chaotic experience. Team blue had a performance to remember.

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