By William Weathers, The Advocate |September 3, 2021
"After a week's worth of uncertainty whether the game would even take place, The Dunham School left no doubt it was ready to play.
Dunham ignited a stretch of 28 unanswered points near the end of the first half, taking the lead for good midway through the third quarter for a 28-14 victory Friday at Parkview Baptist in the season opener for both teams.
"Our kids have been wanting to beat this this team and this program for a long time," Dunham coach Neil Weiner said. "I'm so proud of them to be able to finish. That's what we've been talking about all week."
The game was given the go-ahead when power was restored to Parkview Baptist's campus on Thursday folloing the onslaught of Hurricane Ida.
Senior running back Kalante Wilson '22, who missed the majority of his junior season with a dislocated ankle, bounced back with 36 carries for 166 yards and two touchdowns...
..."No. 22's a heck of a back that's always going forward, " PBS football coach Stefan Lefors said of Wilson. "Those guys up front made it happen for him. You have to give them credit."
Read Weathers' complete Advocate article at DunhamRolls