Hendersonville and Burns both found success in their previous games. Hendersonville dominated last week, steamrollering Charles D. Owen 52 - 13. Meanwhile, Burns was able to grind out a solid victory over East Rutherford last week, winning 31 - 23.
In its game, Hendersonville got an early lead and never looked back, outscoring Charles D. Owen in every quarter en route to its victory. Senior wide receiver Tykel Landrum had a nice 237-yard performance that was surely well-received by fans. The win lifted Hendersonville to 3-1.
As for Burns, after a disappointing seven points in the game before, it made sure to put some points up on the board against East Rutherford last week. The team's offense got some extra help from the defense, which forced two interceptions. The win bumped Burns's record up to 1-2.
Both Hendersonville and Burns have been struggling on the defensive side of the ball (the former allowing an average of 27.75 points per game, the latter an average of 33 points per game). We'll find out which offense can take advantage of this fact when the two teams meet this week.
Content automatically generated by infoSentience. To share comments, correct errors, or give any other feedback on the preview article please contact us at email@example.com