‘Nasty Boys’ lead Black Bears into first-ever meeting with Robbinsville
CANTON — Rhonda Byrd
CANTON — In its 36-16 win over Enka last week, the Pisgah varsity football program’s offense and kicking game made small, steady steps forward. And head coach David Pressley is pleased about that.
But he is especially pleased, actually excited, about the performance of Black Bears’ defense, which made a huge leap forward in becoming the “bell cow” of the football team.
Before they were removed from the game with more than six minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Black Bears’ defensive starters held Enka to just three points, 60 yards passing and a net 69 yards rushing.
“Our defense has a strong feeling of unity and commitment,” said Pisgah Head Coach David Pressley in his post-game comments Friday night. “We have a real nice chemistry and we are ...