Big Sandy rushing attack wears down Sheridan


BIG SANDY - At the beginning of the fourth quarter, Big Sandy head football coach Scott Chauvet noticed something: The players on the Sheridan Panther defense were bent over tugging on their pants.

The scrappy Panthers were wearing down against a relentless Big Sandy rushing attack that was only getting stronger.

The Pioneers broke open an 18-12 game with 14 fourth-quarter points to pick up a 32-14 win in quarterfinal action in the Class C football playoffs.

"At the end of the third quarter, you could see they were getting tired of tackling us," Chauvet said. "They were starting to wear dow...

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