By Carl Holcomb
The cats started the tango at homecoming with the Cougars taking a 40-0 halftime lead and Tucker County didn’t have the two-step response to the laissez-faire scoring approach as East Hardy danced to a 46-14 victory last Friday in Baker.
The Mountain Lions took the first step on the field receiving the kickoff, but East Hardy pounced for the initial touchdown within four minutes of the opening frame.
“It was just another win for us, just another game and that’s what we’ve been selling to the boys. I know homecoming is always exciting and this and that, but homecoming is no fun when the football team doesn’t win. It is all about the football team. We had good focus coming into the game. Our varsity executed the game plan very well. I am real pleased with the execution and buy-in this week. We are back to playing East Hardy football on the defensive side of the ball and we have to continue to do that,” East Hardy coach Devon Orndorff commented.
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