"Sam (Chapin) is a tremendous quarterback — No. 1 he brings leadership and knowledge of a position," Helms said. "He (Chapin) made an outstanding throw to Logan (Turpin), you'll see a lot more of Sam (Chapin) at quarterback, because really (Brady) Helms is really a very good receiver and he does a good job blocking at tight end, too. As the season progresses, whenever we aren't in our spread set, I look for Sam to take over at quarterback."
Sophomore’s Andrew Steffey and Jacob Reed added rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter to give North Daviess its highest scoring game since beating Wood Memorial in Sept. 2011.
North Daviess will host Washington for its Homecoming game, and the Cougars will have an opportunity to start the season 3-1 for the first time since 2010. The Cougars have lost four straight to the Hatchets.
"Next week, of course, with the Highway 57 trophy game and having it at home, that's a game that we haven't performed well in for the last few years," Helms said. "We've got to put together and even greater effort next week."