“The one thing I was real proud of was the leadership when it was getting tough. We did extremely well not falling apart, because they were choking and poking some things,” he said. “Leadership was excellent; I thought our seniors stepped up.”
With momentum on their side, BHS will split up the varsity squad on Friday, to take on both Putnam County and Monticello on the road.
“It sets us up with the two teams we’ve beat back-to-back, now we have to go to their place,” Coburn said. “That’s going to be the hard part. It’s hard having to play a team twice in the same week.”