Grant County could easily be 4-0 on the season, but a second consecutive tough loss has the Braves with a 2-2 record.
Despite having a two touchdown lead late in the first half, GCHS fell 34-27 on Sept. 11 to Harrison County.
The Thorobreds gained 408 yards on the Braves while holding Grant to 254, including only 39 rushing yards.
“We have to really focus on keeping the intensity we start the game with and finish,” coach Kevin Siple said. “We can’t let up when we have a lead. We must play four quarters.”