PARIS — If you’re going to knock off an undefeated top-10 team on the road, it requires a complete game.
Bethlehem, however, could only win three of the four quarters Friday at Paris, and that wasn’t enough as the Class 1A No. 5 Greyhounds scored all of their points in the second quarter on the way to a 28-14 win to close out the regular season.
“We outplayed them for three quarters,” Bethlehem coach Ron Koontz said. “Unfortunately, they outplayed us in the second and scored four times. That was the game right there.”