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Junior QB Goodrum Sparks MHS to Victory Over Coronado

Midland High was struggling mightily on offense to start Friday's game against Coronado, then stepped in junior QB Ryan Goodrum.
Midland High was trailing Lubbock Coronado and couldn't generate anything on offense, until junior Quarterback Ryan Goodrum came in. His first pass was incomplete, but after that the Bulldogs were in business.

Goodrum threw for over 400 yards and five touchdowns, leading MHS to a come from behind 63-55 victory over the Mustangs. MHS head coach Craig Yenzer said after Friday's performance Goodrum will "without a doubt" be the guy starting for the Bulldogs on Friday night when they travel to Ratliff Stadium to take on Odessa High.

Yenzer said about the scenario of Goodrum finally getting some playing time "Here comes Ryan Goodrum. We felt like all along that Ryan was a good player, he had been having some good work outs. It's just about at what point do you pull that trigger. After Sam's really good game against Lee we felt like he was on the upside. Through it all though I was proud of our kids, I thought they hung together and really came back together and supported Ryan. As the game went on it got really exciting."
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