VILLE PLATTE – Most of the year the play of the Sacred Heart Trojan offensive unit has been getting all of the headlines. After all, the Trojans came into week nine averaging 37.8 points per game and had scored 40 points or more in five of the eight previous contests.
However, it was the defensive unit that shined brightest here Thursday night, as Sacred Heart held the Hanson Tigers to a paltry 74 yards of total offense, 69 of which came on one play, in a 32-7 non-district win. To underscore the dominance of the Trojan defense, the Tigers were only able to garner five total yards of rushing all night.
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