HOMER — Hartington-Newcastle’s new run-and-gun offense proved to be a success in Friday night’s season opener.
The Wildcats used several offensive weapons against the Knights as they rolled to a 66-20 win.
Co-Head Coach Corey Uldrich said he was pleased with the way the team performed in the new offense and the balance they showed.
The Wildcats ended the contest with 217 yards on the ground and 175 yards through the air.
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