By Nick Cammuso
Times West Virginian
While this has been a typical Bridgeport season in some respects — the Indians had winning record, earned a playoff spot and ripped off a lot of running plays along the way — the way it entered the Class AA playoffs was far from normal.
With the Indians’ Week 11 contest at Preston ruled a no-contest due to recent weather issues, the team truly hadn’t played since Oct. 26, leaving open the possibility of some postseason rust come Saturday afternoon versus River View.
Instead, Bridgeport left the No. 14 seed Raiders in the dust.
The Indians used a quick start en route to a 54-6 blowout victory at Wayne Jamison Field.
Bridgeport (8-2), making its 20 straight playoff appearance and in its 65th postseason game all-time, ran for 376 yards as a team.