Crawfordsville travels to Tri-West Friday evening looking to put a damper on the Bruins final home game and their senior night festivities.
Tri-West enters at 4-3 overall and 4-1 in the Sagamore Conference. They average nearly 40 points-per-game and allow just under 27. Their two non-conference losses have come against Class 2A top-ranked Evansville Mater Dei, by a touchdown, 35-28, and to Class 3A No. 2, West Lafayette, in their first game of the season.
The Bruins have a wealth of skill players that can hurt you both on the ground and through the air.
“Tri-West is a great offensive team,” said Athenian head coach Mike Hammons. “They are very talented at their skilled positions. Wide receiver, Colton Jobe, quarterback, Jake Hill, and 2014 All-State running back, Wesley Cook, just to name a few, so we’ll have to be sound across the board and tackle well in space.”