By CHUCK HATHCOCK
Grenada High School Coach Ashley Kuhn had several things he wanted to accomplish in the regular season finale at New Hope.
First, and foremost, they wanted a win. Second, he wanted to come out of the gate quick and get a big lead, so he could rest his starters. Finally, he wanted to have as clean a game as possible in preparation for the playoff opener Friday.
The Chargers accomplished two of those goals. They came away with a 48-14 win. The one failure was playing a clean game. GHS committed four turnovers, but still cruised to the win.
“It was a really sloppy first half,” Kuhn said. “We had four turnovers and still found a way to score 34 points. “Offensively, I thought we were balanced. The defense kept them from scoring in the first half. We came out healthy and now its time to move on to Friday.”