After James Logan returned the kickoff for a touchdown, Reed went the length of the field for a score. However, Logan answered with a three-play scoring drive and was never threatened again.
Reed senior quarterback Mark Nowaczewski connected with senior receiver Devin Gray for three touchdowns, but he was also picked off twice.
“They were very fast and very physical,” Reed coach Ernie Howren said of Logan. “They did a good job inside with their blocking. They ran the ball for over 350 yards. Our run game was just not where it needs to be.”
Howren did say all the mistakes by the Blue and Gold are fixable, but his players need to put in the work during practice this week to get better. Reed will see if it learned from its season debut when it travels to Palo Cedro, Calif. to take on Foothill Friday night.