The Golden Hawks took advantage of redzone opportunities and got stops when they needed them in a 23-20 win over Sigourney-Keota on Friday.
“We made plays when we had to,” Mid-Prairie coach Pete Cavanagh said. “It was a gut check. And I'm happy, because the last couple of years, we may not have responded in these situations — and we did tonight.”
Mid-Prairie had not trailed all night when Washington scored four straight points to take a 6-3 lead in the third set of Thursday’s season-opening match.
Golden Hawk coach Sherry Evans called a timeout to allow her team to refocus.