Harleton Wins Another Defensive Struggle, Beats Sabine, 14-7
HARLETON — For the second consecutive week, Harleton needed only two touchdowns to notch a victory.
The Wildcats beat Sabine 14-7 on Saturday after the game was postponed Friday night because of weather. Harleton, now 3-1, won 14-12 at Alba-Golden a week ago.
Quarterback Tyler Henson hit Matthew Bullock for a 29-yard, game-winning touchdown strike more than halfway through the fourth quarter. Henson completed 5 of 9 passes for 76 yards.
A three-man combo led Harleton to 148 rushing yards. Jed Smith ran 13 times for 54 yards, while Campbell Coleman added 49 yards on 11 carries. Gage Knox had 10 carries and 42 yards, including one of the Wildcats’ two touchdowns.
Cody Fregia caught two passes for 23 yards, while Jake Hamilton added two grabs for 14 yards.
Harleton visits Simms Bowie on Friday. Sabine (1-3) travels to Tenaha.