Hettinger-Scranton football says they have some much-needed momentum after their Week 1 rivalry win over Lemmon.
Hettinger-Scranton put up 44 points and won by 20, and the running game does not look like it has lost any steam since losing Isaiah Kludt to graduation.
Head coach Randy Burwick says his guys are motivated to put last year’s struggles behind them and show Region 5 what they’re really capable of.
“We really took our lumps last year, and we really have nothing to lose,” Burwick said. “We have nothing to lose. So we’re going to go out we’re going to play physical, fast football. And we’re going to play to win football games. We’re not going to back down from anybody.”
The Night Hawks will try to go 2-0 this Friday when they visit Central McLean in Underwood.