Crimson Tide players were visibly nervous as they watched their defense try to keep the Woodlawn Knights out of the end zone from the 10-yard line with time dwindling away.
When Treveion Youngblood’s fourth down pass fell incomplete and the Tide took over on downs, Minden players celebrated their 20-14 win the only way you can in a quagmire,
sliding through the mud.
Inside a rain-soaked Pit, the Tide (8-2, 6-1) earned their eighth win of the season, a mark that hasn’t been reached since 2006.
For head coach Spencer Heard, it was the perfect way to wrap up a regular season full of