The Warriors have designs on a deep run through the playoffs, but the road is rough. The matchup against Lexington is far from a given, and a date with a 9-1 Hennessey team likely awaits in the second round in a game the Warriors will have to travel for.
But first Washington must beat a Lexington team that has scored at least 45 points in three of its previous four games. The Warriors must be able to counter with their own offense, which scored just three points last week but had four drives of nine or more plays.
There’s one Warrior who has no doubts his team has what it takes to make a run.
“It’s going to be hard to watch those first couple of plays, but they’ll be fine without me with Brady leading them,” Harmon said. “He’s going to settle in and keep them fighting.”
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