Corry football secures its biggest win in recent memory

Corry football secures its biggest win in recent memory

Ashton Mineo, Reporter

The Beavers shocked the world last Friday when they pulled off the upset against Harborcreek. Corry dominated the Huskies from start to finish on both sides of the ball, ultimately winning the game 20-7.

The defense was pitching a shutout for a majority of the game until the Huskies cashed in on a garbage-time touchdown. Corry’s defense was showing out early and often. They forced a fumble on Harborcreek’s first drive, which was vital towards setting the tone for the rest of the game. The defense went on to force an additional fumble and Mason Savitz came up with a huge interception late in the third quarter. That interception really helped the Beavers slam the door and secure their first victory of the season after a rocky start to the year.

The offense was executing at high level as well, this was in large part thanks to the connection between sophomore quarterback Nolan Carey and junior wideout Rylan Smith. Smith stole the show with two ridiculous touchdown grabs that proved to be the difference in Corry’s big win.