Piper (6-0, 2-0 in 11-8A) ran just four offensive plays in the second quarter — two of were Rashawn Fraser touchdown passes.
Douglas (2-4, 1-1) used every trick in the book, including a halfback pass by Tai Lehtio to Lance Moise for a 45-yard score with 5:19 left but Piper’s defense ended things on an interception.
Fraser: Threw for 136 yards and two scores.
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THEY SAID IT
“Our D-line is our strong point.”
— Piper coach David Coleman