Wolves look to improve at GW
SPRING VALLEY — Three fumbles along with 146 yards in penalties usually get a team beat and Spring Valley High School’s football team knows if it puts up those numbers again this week, a loss is distinctly possible.
The Class AAA fifth-rated Timberwolves (4-0) enter Friday’s 7:30 p.m. game at No. 16 George Washington (2-2) coming off a 42-14 victory at South Charleston. While that score appears impressive, as does 366 yards rushing, Spring Valley coach Brad Dingess was anything but pleased with his team’s performance against the Black Eagles.
“We’ve got to come out and play our type of football,” Dingess said after the game. “You can’t turn the ball over and stuff like that, like we did, but we kept fighting through it. We had to fight through a lot of stuff tonight. I was proud of our kids the way they came out in the second half and played.”