Brandon Stecz connected with Tyree Funnye on a 20-yard touchdown pass, but that was all Waccamaw could muster in a 67-6 to Hemingway on Friday night.
“We talked about it with the coaches, with the kids,” Warriors coach Shane Fidler said. “They know we tackled awful tonight, we turned the ball over too much and we got ourselves in a bad situation early and it never got better.”
Waccamaw hosts Hannah-Pamplico next Friday.
“The kids really come out to practice everyday. They’re busting their butts. The coaches are [as well],” Fidler said. “We’ve got to do a better job of putting our best players in the right situations and getting our kids more prepared to face the physicality of some of the teams we’ve been going against, and that’s something I’ll be working towards this week because Hannah-Pamplico is a good team, another good 1A team and we’ve got to be ready to go hit them in the mouth.”