Havelock headed to state title game after dominating Eastern Wayne

Published: Friday, December 6, 2013 at 10:27 PM.

The victory was Havelock’s 29th consecutive win and 14th postseason win in a row.

On a night with a lot of focus on senior stars such as running backs Derrell Scott and Taylor Woods, linebacker Andrew Ramirez and others - a junior stole the show.

Quarterback Travis Sabdo was 15-for-18 passing with 260 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. He now has 36 touchdown passes and just five interceptions on the season.

“I’m proud of Travis (Sabdo). He has never lost a game in high school football – undefeated as a JV player and now undefeated as a varsity player,” Bryant said.

Sabdo, who took over at quarterback for the varsity at the start of the season, was all smiles after the victory.

“I made some key reads and was sure to get the ball out early on quick throws, but most of the credit has to go to our coaching staff,” he said. “They prepare us so well for blitzes and for schemes our opponents play, that we are ready for anything.”

Bryant saw his senior class of Scott, Woods, Ramirez, Maurice Harris, B.J. Boyd, Michael Howard, Jordan and Julian Cuthbertson and all the rest improve to 57-5 over their careers.

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