Moravia showed why it is one of the best eight-player teams in the state Friday night, when they defeated the Twin Cedars Sabers 51-12.
Sabers’ Head Coach Cam Parker says the team had many self-inflicted wounds in the contest, including two dropped passes by wide open receivers who could have scored. Penalties, bad snaps and fumbles did not help.
Quarterback Dallas Clark had 94 yards in the game through the air. Hunter McCombs had 65 yards rushing and 45 yards receiving. McCombs also scored the team’s only rushing touchdown, a 20-yard run.
Clark connected with Brayden DenBurger for a 21-yard touchdown strike. DenBurger had 37 yards receiving and 24 yards on the ground.
“We really need to find our identity offensively and focus on ball control,” Parker continued.
Twin Cedars is set to travel to Seymour Friday night.