The first high school quarterback commit of the Neal Brown era, Garrett Greene out of Lawton Chiles High School in Tallahassee, Florida, started his senior season with a 25-18 come-from-behind win against Rickards. Greene kept his composure throughout the game and in the quarter of the game, got hot at the right time.
Greene and his teammates found themselves down 18-3 with a minute left in the third quarter when Garrett was finally able to get the scoring started. He plunged into the endzone for a one-yard touchdown to cut the score to 18-10.
Garrett Greene keeps for a 1-yard TD. PAT is good. Rickards still up, 18-10 on Chiles, :43 3Q pic.twitter.com/5sytDDvCS8— Big Bend Preps (@bigbendpreps) August 23, 2019
With 11 minutes left in the game, Greene this time found the endzone with his arm. He scrambled to his right, avoided rushers and lofted a beautiful pass into the wide open arms of teammate Bryson Cooksie. A two-point conversion tied the game at 18-all.
Garrett Greene makes something out of nothing. 32-yard TD pass to Bryson Cooksey. 2pt conversion run by Chase Gillespie is good and ... WE ARE TIED. Chiles 18, Rickards 8; 11:04 4Q pic.twitter.com/oyRdqHaVU9— Big Bend Preps (@bigbendpreps) August 23, 2019
With five minutes and change remaining, Greene once again found the endzone and this time put his team ahead for good. This time, Greene tried a reverse bootleg and when he found himself in trouble, he reversed direction and once against lofted a pass into the wide open arms of a teammate, this time Dillon Giesecke. An extra-point put Greene and his team up 25-18 for good.