For Pete Wilson, Friday night was a moment five decades in the making.
In his first game as head coach of the Monument Mountain Spartans, he earned his first career win in comeback fashion, as the Spartans topped the Pathfinder Pioneers 39-26.
“I had no idea what to expect,” Wilson said. “I’m so darn happy, it’s beyond words right now. It’s just a great feeling.”
In Monument’s first game since star running back Tyrell Beverly’s departure, the running game prospered. Senior quarterback Caleb Carlson and junior running back Jack O’Brien were heavily featured in the offense, each rushing for over 100 yards and three touchdowns, dominating the game on the ground.
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