But the Hatchets responded, moving downfield quickly on a drive that culminated with a five-yard touchdown run by Edrwin Revolorio. Austin Moody’s extra point cut the Brownstown lead to 34-14 with :21 left in the half.
Washington received the kick to open the second half and scored again when Revolorio capped a 8:45 drive with another five-yard run. Jake Brashear’s run for two points made the score 34-22 with 3:15 left in the quarter.
Brownstown Central, however, quickly eliminated any hopes of a Hatchet comeback, scoring a pair of touchdowns in the next 5:00, including a 41-yard pass from Brown to Wilson late in the third quarter and a 12-yard run Wischmeier early in the fourth quarter. Wischmeier added a 38-yard run later in the quarter, and a one-yard run by Lance Goecker in the last minute of play finished the scoring for the Braves.
The Hatchets dented the scoreboard in the final seconds as well on a 64-yard run by Brashear. Arvin carried the ball in for the two-point conversion to account for the last of the Hatchets’ 30 points.
Overall, the Hatchets finished with 387 yards of total offense, including 296 yards on the ground on 54 attempts. Arvin got the bulk of those carries, picking up 145 yards on 33 attempts. Arvin finished the 2013 season with 1,211 yards rushing, giving the senior the eighth best single season rushing total in school history. Revolorio added 37 yards on seven carries for what has been a very good senior running back tandem for the Hatchets.
“Had he (Arvin), like some of our backs in the past for three years, you would have probably seen some records being broken by this young man,” said Brashear. “What a kid. He just runs full bore every time he gets the football, as does Edrwin.
“Edrwin is just in a position where there aren’t a whole lot of offensive plays created for him, so he doesn’t carry the ball as much as Jaden,” said Brashear. “But they’re just two workhorses on offense for us.”