The Crawford County Wolfpack tore into opponent Indianapolis George Washington Friday night in an 18-0 win over the Continentals and Wolfpack coach Alan Hess was pleased.
"Our boys played very well defensively," he said. "Offensively, we had 198 yards rushing in the first half and played extremely well."
George Washington made some adjustments in the second half to give the Wolfpack some problems early on, but Crawford County was able to counter its adjustments and continue moving the ball on the ground, though the team had to work for it.
"They were very strong and extremely quick," Hess said. "Our defensive unit did an amazing job keeping No. 7 in check through the night."
Hess credits his defensive staff for the team's win against the Continentals.
"The defensive staff did a great job game planning and putting our boys in a position to be successful," he said. "It was nice to get back in the win column before we get into the playoffs."
For now, Hess said his team is looking forward to its next match-up against Clarksville on Friday night. He said his team is ready to play and the Generals are a quality opponent.
"Our boys are excited about the chance to be the first team in school history to win a playoff game," Hess said.