Passing game woes plague Warren Central

Published 11:26 am Tuesday, September 11, 2012

As Warren Central heads into its bye week, one of the areas that needs to be addressed is passing game efficiency.

Friday night at Viking Stadium, one team was very efficient in the spread formation — and it was not the Vikings.

Natchez quarterback Anthony Robinson connected on 14 of 20 passes (70 percent) for 189 yards and a touchdown to lead the Bulldogs (3-1) to a 26-9 win. Two Warren Central quarterbacks, on the other hand, had four interceptions and 18 incompletions out of 36 attempts.

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