Updated Thu, Nov 8, 2012 3:54 pm
The Wahama White Falcons kick off postseason play Friday night as they take on a familiar foe, the Buffalo Bison.
Just one week ago, the White Falcons defeated the Bison 41-13 to cap off a perfect 10-0 regular season.
Wahama coach Ed Cromley, however, knows his team must stay focused and come ready to play. “Its not very often something like this happens, but it does give us the opportunity to correct things we did wrong a week ago,” Cromley said.
Wahama will need to have another big game out of Zach Wamsley Friday night if they want to advance. A week ago against the Bison, Wamsley rushed for 177 yards and two scores. Wamsley isn’t the only White Falcon that will look to have another big game against Buffalo. Kane Roush found the end zone twice once on an 85-yard kickoff return, and another time on rush from three yards out.
Despite having dismissed the Bison easily last week don’t expect the White Falcons to take this match up lightly. “These guys are experienced and have played in their share of playoff games. They will be ready to go,” Cromley said.
Friday’s game will take place on a neutral field at Point Pleasant High School, but coach Cromley expects a big Wahama crowd. “We have a good fan base and they know how important this game is. I expect it to be pretty loud, “ he said.