Better Bullfrogs

Bret Harte coach Scott Edwards said he’s excited about his football team. And after Friday’s 61-19 win over Gustine, he should be.

Justice Rasmussen tied a school record with five rushing touchdowns. He only carried the ball eight times and had 154 yards.

The Bullfrogs (1-1) bounced back against the Redskins one week after blowing a 20-0 lead in the fourth quarter at San Francisco-Lowell.

“It was just a far better week,” Edwards said. “We executed very well on both sides of the ball. I don’t know if it’s a mark on how we’re going to be this year, but we’re definitely excited about our team.”

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