Bridge Creek has revenge on its mind
By Jason Kersey
Last season after Bridge Creek’s 36-21 win over Lexington, a Lexington player put a needle between two of his fingers before the traditional lined-up handshakes. 12 Bobcats were hit by the needle, and all had to be tested.
While senior receiver/cornerback Craig Hill wouldn’t acknowledge that the Bobcats were still bitter, senior quarterback Zane Mellinger was more blunt.
“This gives us a chance to get a little revenge on Lexington,” Mellinger said.
Bridge Creek travels to face Lexington this Friday in a game that could be for a home playoff contest. Bridge Creek (7-1, 4-1) can all but assure a home playoff game with a win.
* Bridge Creek set a school record with its win over Little Axe last Thursday. The Bobcats seventh win of the season broke the school mark for wins (6) which was set last year.
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