GOOD HOPE —
In the four games Fendley has seen the field, including Week 3’s 41-27 road victory against Winston County where freshman backup Riley Eisner took over following the senior’s early injury, Good Hope is averaging just less than 45 points per game on offense and 21 points per game on defense. In the two contests the speedster has sat the sideline, the Raiders put up just 13.5 points per game and gave up a sky-high 50 points per game.
% Rob Ketcham can be reached at 256-734-2131, ext. 138 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.