Defense powers Bethany win
Bethany coach Reagan Roof admitted even he was a little surprised by the Bronchos 40-7 win at Washington Friday night.
“I thought it would be a game we’d have to play extremely well to win,” Roof said. “It was one of those nights when everything went our way. Washington is better than the score indicates.”
Roof was particularly happy with the defense against Washington’s option offense.
“Against the option, you’ve got to be disciplined and stay on your assignment,” he said. “I was really proud of the way they played — definitely much better than the last couple weeks. And we tackled better, too.”
Sophomore quarterback Kyle Duke rushed for 101 yards and completed seven of 11 passes for 150 yards. Junior running back Dorien Jackson stepped in after starter Tino Vann rolled his ankle early in the game.
“Dorien jumped right in there,” Roof said. “I was really proud of the way he stepped up.”
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