Ten sacks and four turnovers later, Armwood, No. 50 in the High School Football America Top 100, took-down arch rival and No. 74 Plant Monday night 27-7. The win snapped Plant’s 20-game regular season win streak. Last year, Plant snapped Armwood’s 34-game regular season win streak.
Plant (6-1) took an early 7-0 lead, but Ohio State-recruit Brian Snead scored the first of three touchdowns to tie the game at 7. After that, the Hawks (7-0) defense, which has only given-up 42 points all season, took over.
The 27 points by Armwood almost matched the 29 points Plant had allowed in its first six games.