Spread offense pushes Kenai football past Eielson
AJ Hull could get used to this.
Making his debut in a spread offense implemented by first-year coach John Marquez, the Kenai Central quarterback put his legs and arm on display in a 42-22 nonconference victory over visiting Eielson on Saturday.
Hull rushed for two touchdowns and connected on a pair of long pass plays in the new system, which gives the quarterback run-pass options on many plays.
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