Mike Adams figured his Farmington football team had a tough assignment Friday, trying to slow down Gentry quarterback Jarod Cousins and his “Johnny Manziel-like” ability. While Adams was worried about Cousins putting on a Johnny Football act, it was his own quarterback who displayed the best impersonation of the Heisman Trophy winner. Keaton Austin, Farmington’s junior quarterback, scrambled wildly and avoided numerous Gentry defenders just before half and found Chas Turner just beyond the Pioneer secondary. Turner then turned Austin’s wild scramble play into a 71-yard gain down the sidelines, setting up a 1-yard touchdown run by Josh Blew for a late score before intermission as Farmington had the breathing room it needed in a 21-11 victory at Allan Holland Field.
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Sports, Pages 9 on 10/02/2013
Print Headline: Pioneers can’t catch up to Cardinals in come-from-behind attempt