Focused on stopping the run, Grant County had no answer for the high-powered passing attack from the Conner Cougars on Oct. 18 in Hebron.
The Cougars, ranked number four in the state, amassed 323 yards passing, including four touchdowns through the air, in a 53-6 win over Grant County. The Cougars totaled 540 yards of offense, including 217 yards rushing.
Conner came out of the gate firing and was not shy about putting the ball in the air. The Cougars passed the ball on the first play of the game and continued firing until the score was well out of reach.