North Summit moves to 5-1 behind massive second quarter scoring spree

North Summit Swiss Army Knife Jake Smith trots into the endzone for a score in one of the Braves previous games this year. Smith had three touchdowns (two rushing and one passing) in the Braves' route of Gunnison Valley last week.
Photo courtesy of Hannah Wilde

The North Summit Braves improved to 5-1 on their season last Friday evening, thrashing the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs 59-14 on the road. The Braves were led by a 33 point scoring effort in the second quarter, where their Swiss Army Knife in quarterback, cornerback and strong safety Jake Smith posted three touchdowns (two rushing and one passing). Next up for Smith and his Braves are the Beaver Beavers, who they’ll travel to on Friday before closing their season out with three consecutive regional games, two of which will be at home.

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