After suffering their first loss of the season in a week 10 home game against Pawnee, the Pawhuska Huskies bounced back well in the first round of the Class A playoffs by defeating Oklahoma Union, 52-6. They hope to keep the momentum rolling when the travel to take on the Stroud Tigers Friday night.
Coach Matt Hennesy said quarterback Bryce Drummond continues to mature at the quarterback position, but senior running back Easton Kirk was held out of the ballgame because of an injury he suffered in that loss against Pawnee. Hennesy was impressed with the way Kevin Davis played in his absence.
In the game against Oklahoma Union, Pawhuska passed the ball 22 times and ran the ball 22 times as well. Hennesy said on the season, Drummond has done a great job getting everyone involved offensively. If they are to beat Stroud, Hennesy said multiple people must be involved offensively.
This is the round of 16 and Hennesy says it is beginning to show.
We will have more on this game as the week progresses. This is a game that will be broadcast live on Sportstalk KPGM FM 99.1 Pregame will start around 6:50 p.m. and kickoff is scheduled for 7.
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