Knights Gribble drops pad level

KINGWOOD — The Preston High Knights (1-0) opened their football season on the right foot — with a win over Hampshire High, 22-13, Aug. 24. A big portion of their success was halfback Jesse Gribble, who galloped for 148 yards and two touchdowns on just 20 carries.
Knights’ head coach Jonathan Tennant admitted that Gribble wasn’t a big part of the plan during their game preparation, but saw something and adjusted to use him more in the second half.

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