Flomaton Opens Regional Play With Win Over Excel

September 14, 2019

The Flomaton Hurricanes opened regional play with 30-8 win over Excel Friday night.

Da’quan Johnson punched it in for a short touchdown to give the Canes an early 8-0 lead with a good two point conversion. After a 56-yard run to inside the 5-yard line by Alex Cash, Flomaton expanded their lead with short touchdown run from Travon Brown. With another good two point conversion, the defending 3A state champions were up 16-0 on their home turf.

Excel added a TD and a 2-pointer in the second to make it a 16-8 ballgame. Johnson added another Flomaton touchdown, for a 22-8 Hurricane lead on their way to a 30-8 win.

The Flomaton Hurricanes are now 3-0 on the young season. They will travel to Fairhope to take on St. Michael Catholic next Thursday at 7 p.m. before hosting Escambia County High School on September 27.

Also Friday night, Flomaton Varsity Cheer announced the Hurricane Strong Spirit Scholarship. It will be awarded a graduating 2020 senior in memory of Kelsie Padgett. In 2018, Kelsie passed away after a battle with brain cancer.

Photos for Sheridan Rowell for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Flomaton Opens Regional Play With Win Over Excel”

  1. Esther on September 14th, 2019 9:30 am

    Good game and great pictures from my grand daughter!

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