The North DeSoto Griffins defeated the Minden Crimson Tide, 42-12, Friday night in a game that seemed more like keep-a-way than football.
The Griffins never punted, ran for 352 yards and held an almost 2:1 advantage in time of possession (31:36 to 16:24) over the Tide.
"It just didn't seem that at any time during the game we had a chance to win," Minden head coach Spencer Heard said. "It was one of those games where they controlled the clock and didn't give us very many possessions. They pretty much grinded it out on us. They put together long drives that ate up the clock. I felt like we were going to have to score every time we had the ball, because they were limiting our possessions."