Navarre’s offense has been slowed to a crawl only once this season. That was two weeks ago in a 16-14 win over Choctaw.
The Raiders were back to normal offensively Friday night though, firing on all cylinders in a 55-14 win over Fort Walton Beach at Steve Riggs Stadium.
Navarre rolled up more than 400 yards and scored 40 or more for the fourth time this year. They have hit the 50-point mark twice.
“We felt like we got back to normal,” senior wide receiver Octavien Moyer said. “We made a lot of plays.”
Moyer played a big role, scoring a pair of touchdowns, once on a run, the other on a catch. Four other players scored as well as the Raiders continue to put their balance on display.
“Hasaan (Williams) ran the ball well, Aaron (Mitchell) is really coming on strong and guys like Octavien (Moyer), Michael (Sandle) and Nathan (McMaster) also made plays,” Navarre head coach Jay Walls said. “We had a lot of guys step up. It was a good all-around effort.”
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