Fruitport coach Greg Vargas began to see his offense come around two weeks ago against Tri-County.
The progress continued Friday night, as the Trojans defeated Grant, 44-0.
“Over the first few weeks we kind of stuttered and sputtered, but staying the path and staying the plan has been happening,” Vargas said.
The Fruitport offensive attack was led by quarterback Luc Kostamo. Kostamo was 6 of 11 passing for 108 yards and two touchdowns.
While the number 44 is the one that stands out in a 44-0 score, the coach might have been even more pleased with his squad’s defensive effort.
“I’m a defensive person, I just love that stuff,” Vargas said. “One of the best things about it is, as we started to sub and get some of our younger kids in they maintained that shutout. They played with that same pride we expect from the first team guys. That’s what makes us such a strong team. We’re all there for one anther from the start to finish of the football game.”
Nathan Kriger and Chris Hendricks each made five tackles for the Trojans.
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