For 40 minutes, the Kell/Woodstock game was a back-and-forth battle with an outcome that could have gone either way. The Longhorns however took advantage of two bursts, one late in the first half, one at the start of the fourth quarter, piling on points in a hurry to outclass the Wolverines 36-12. The visiting Longhorns notched two Tyler Prince field goals before sophomore Ethan Elliot tracked down Pryce Washington in the end zone for a safety to put Kell up 8-0. After Woodstock’s free kick went out of bounds, Kell handed off the ball to AJ Redwine and the senior scampered 45 yards for a score and nine quick points in less than one minute. Jon Wiener scored a touchdown for Woodstock out of the wildcat formation, but after a missed two-point conversion, Kell led just 15-6. Redwine flipped the field one more time before the half with a 51-yard run before Jordan Chambers plowed in from six yards out to give Kell a 22-6 lead at intermission. In the fourth quarter, Chris Gaines scored a 12-yard touchdown before Kell’s defense recovered a fumble and Clay Dodson capped Kell’s scoring with a one-yard sneak. Washington wrapped up the scoring by breaking ankles on a 76-yard run on the game’s final play. Kell improved to 2-1 on the season.