Wichita County High School had two goals it wanted to accomplish in last Friday’s sub-state game at Hoxie.
It is time to get out the gravy and cranberry sauce and serve up our annual “Turkey Awards” for this year in the world of sports!
It’s easy to think of Wichita County (11-0) only as an offensive juggernaut. And that’s easy to do with a team that’s averaging 47.5 points per game with seven of those games over by halftime because of the 45-point mercy rule.
Statistically, the first 22-1/2 minutes in Friday’s Class 3A regional playoff game went about as well as Scott City could have hoped.
Wichita County High School has grown accustomed to seeing quarterbacks who are a run-pass threat and, so far, they’ve found a way to throttle those multitalented signal callers.