Cougars Defends Den Against Moorefield

There were zero offensive touchdowns for the first time in the history of the 41st Hardy Bowl as the defenses locked down with East Hardy senior Adam Baker recording both defensive touchdowns on a fumble recovery return and a pick six interception giving the Cougars their sixth consecutive victory over the Yellow Jackets resulting in 14-3 final which was the third lowest scoring game of the series last Friday in Baker.

This decade has belonged to the Cougars (5-2) having won the Hardy Bowl eight times since 2011, however, Moorefield (4-4) holds the all-time series advantage 28-15 including playoffs dating back to

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East Hardy visits Franklin to face undefeated Pendleton County for the 23rd time in a series dating back to 1998 with the Wildcats holding a 13-9 edge.