Cape Gazette

Lulu shakes and bakes, leading Cape JV football over Delmar 22-8

RG4 Learris Griffin at quarterback
Sep 19, 2013
Photo by: Dave Frederick Rasheed Woods creates daylight then runs through it.

The JV games are showcases for who can play on Friday night, and football coaches, among the least flexible in all sports - lacking the Gumby gene - have to be convinced that a hundred-yard rusher on Monday afternoon is ready for the bright lights of Friday night.

Rasheed Woods, the mercurial running back teammates call “Lulu” because he transferred in from Hawaii, was up and down and sideways the entire game; the players on his bench were gasping as Delmar defenders were faked out of their shoes as Wood danced on air making a living inside the tackles.

And quarterback Learris Griffin, aka RG4, was poised at quarterback, finding Brent Reed a 6-foot-4, 215-pound sophomore tight end for a five-yard touchdown with 1 second left in the half.

Running back William Webb also carried the ball on the inside, proving to be a load to bring down.

Cape’s next JV game is Monday, Sept. 23, at Indian River.


Michael Hopkins almost hauls in a pass for a touchdown. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Cape fullback William Webb runs with the ball. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Brent Reed hauls in a touchdown pass on the last play of the first half. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Delmar is tackled for a loss. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Lulu is about to cross over like Allen Iverson. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
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