Last Friday the Hawthorne football team found itself in a position they haven’t been accustomed to much this season—behind.
Visiting Wildwood scored on a 2-yard quarterback keeper by Johnathan Harding with a little over four minutes to play in the opening quarter for a 6-0 lead.
“Honestly, when we called them to the sideline, we just let them know that they weren’t getting beat by Wildwood, we’re getting beat by Hawthorne right now,” Hawthorne defensive coordinator Dustin Adkins said. “We were prepared for everything we saw, we just were not reacting fast enough or trusting the game plan fully.”
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