Micah Mays’ fast start sparks Benjamin against Jensen Beach

Micah Mays’ fast start sparks Benjamin against Jensen Beach

PALM BEACH GARDENS — Micah Mays’ senior season didn’t exactly start according to plan, but he wasted no time getting things on track Thursday.

Mays, a Wake Forest commit, caught touchdown passes on the first two drives of the game and the Buccaneers went on to dominate Jensen Beach 49-30.

“It felt great,” Mays said. “Me and (quarterback Jacob Cosby-Mosley) had a lot of connections. We went for two touchdowns — a slant and a post. It felt great getting a lead in the first quarter and we just continued from there.

“They were 4-0, we were 0-3. We knew they had that confidence coming in and we wanted to make sure we pushed through all four quarters. We knew we could pull the upset off.”

Benjamin coach Eric Kresser said there were more opportunities to get Mays the ball Thursday, but they wanted to make sure they got the run game going and other players were getting open.

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