This has allowed the Indians’ spread option offense to run wild on opposing teams as they average 268 rushing yards a game. Defensively the Indians have also been stout, pitching three shutouts this season. Conyers says it will be important for his team to handle their business tonight.
While a lockdown defense has been key for Hallsville, Boonville has relied on a dynamic offense for most of the season on their way to a 6-1 record. The Pirates are led by running back Avian Thomas and wide receiver Tramell Coleman. Boonville coach Greg Hough says getting the ball to their playmakers will be key.
On the defensive side, Hough knows the challenge will be containing the Indians running attack.
Colin Schowe and Austin Ward will have the call on Superstation KRES and centralmoinfo.com beginning with pregame coverage at 6:40 pm.
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