“I was proud with the heart they played with, the desire they played with, the will they played with,” said Brashear. “Down 21-0, we’re still battling to put points on the board and to get a stop on defense. You can’t ask anymore than what the kids gave us.”
Devine finished with 65 yards on 10 carries for WHS, followed by 34 yards on nine attempts for Revolorio. Nance paced the Pioneers with 112 yards on 11 carries.
Washington will be on the road this Friday as the Hatchets travel to Evansville Bosse.