ROANOKE CO., Va. -

Eastern Montgomery and Glenvar have had a penchant for playing high scoring affairs the past couple of years. On Friday night the Mustangs and Highlanders took to the rare air in Highlander Heaven.

Glenvar put together an early drive. Quarterback Levi Mullins handed off to Tyler Smith who bulled his way in to give the Highlanders their first touchdown of the night, and it was 7-nothing.

The defense then did its part to get the ball back. Quentin Alls gets to the Mustangs’ Elliot Stigall for the take down in the backfield on the sack.

Later Mullins hits the coach's son, Kyle Clifford, who took the ball inside the ten yard line before being knocked out of bounds.

Two plays later Mullins calls his own number, sold the fake and took it off the left side. Glenvar beat up on East Mont, 49-14.