Har-Ber restores the roar with shutout on defense
Per the Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Friday the 13th marked a return to normalcy for Springdale Har-Ber.
Springdale defeated Russellville 49-0 in a game where its defense was dominant, especially in the first half when Russellville didn't manage a first down until late in the second quarter. That's quite a contrast from Aug. 29 when Har-Ber piled up over 600 yards of total offense, scored 68 points, and lost.
But that's what Pulaski Academy can do to teams. The Bruins are unconventional, a team that truly tries to just outscore people. They're greedy, in a football sense. They want the ball all the time, and they'll on-side kick after touchdowns just to get it back.
Pulaski Academy attempted an on-side kick a dozen times against Har-Ber and made one recovery that led to six points. The Bruins finished with 84 behind quarterback Braden Bratcher, who threw for 693 yards and eight touchdowns in one game.
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