Ashbrook (3-4) squares off against Kings Mountain (6-1) this Friday at 7:30 PM. This will be the second home game in a row for Ashbrook.
Ashbrook went up against Crest last week. Ashbrook got first blood with a 67-yard rushing touchdown in its first drive, but Crest was able to respond with 24 first-half points. That put Ashbrook down 24 - 14. Ashbrook's troubles only continued in the second half, where it put up six points. The final was a 38 - 20 defeat for it.
As for Kings Mountain, it can now show off four landslide victories after its game last week. It had all the answers against Huss last week, winning 38 - 13. Kings Mountain was expected to win its matchup, but the state rankings did not forecast such a considerable margin.
A win for Ashbrook would reverse both its bad luck and Kings Mountain's good luck. We'll see if Ashbrook manages to pull off that tough task or if Kings Mountain keeps its momentum going instead.
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