Stanley Haskins, Jr., was escorted by Jory Flanery as he broke in the Braves semifinal game against Howard. Haskins ran for loose for an 82-yard scoring run for Britton-Hecla’s only score 1,909 yards this season.
Braves Were Dominant Force
The Britton-Hecla football squad was dominant on its way to a 10-1 record this season, and that dominance was reflected in the year-end statistics.
The Braves outscored opponents 44.0-10.5 points per contest while piling up four times as much rushing yardage (4,038-1,001) and averaging 8.7 yards every time they ran the ball. Britton-Hecla had 70 plays during the season that went for 20 yards or more and averaged 416.5 yards per contest.
Britton-Hecla was also quite efficient during crunch time. The local gridders converted 50.5 percent of their third down plays (47-93) and 40 percent of their fourth down attempts (12-30).
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