“We jumped up 21-0 and then we relaxed,” Sylacauga head coach Matt Griffith said. “It is one of those things where we needed up having a good win at the end, but we have a lot of mistakes to correct.”
Griffith had mixed feels about his team’s offensive performance against the Cavaliers.
“We threw the ball well,” Griffith said. “Hunter (Johns) had a good night throwing the football. We had the ball inside the 20 on four different occasions and couldn’t come away with any points. We got to get that corrected.”
Sylacauga takes on rival Childersburg on Friday at Legion Stadium.