Hendershot boasts a 54 percent completion percentage, has thrown for 2,372 yards with 17 TDs. The junior signal caller also leads the team in rushing with 774 yards on 133 carries, a 5.82 per carry average with 16 TDs.
Wes Cook (563 yards, 10 TD) and Colton Jobe (578 yards, 9 TD) both average above five yards per carry for the Bruins.
Jobe leads all receivers with 675 yards while Casey Coll has 590 and Cook has 469, while leading all receivers with six TDs.
No. 11 Tri-West (9-2), who averages 186.8 yards per game on the ground and 215.6 through the air, has made a living all season adjusting its offensive in-game strategy.
“It’s a philosophy that goes back a long way here,” Coll said. “We have to take advantage of what they give and we will have to figure out what that is in the game when we get going.”
This is the Bruins’ first sectional title game since a 42-21 win against South Putnam in 2005, and is Coll’s first in his eighth season at Tri-West. Brebeuf coach Ryan Gallogly is also looking for his first sectional title win when the teams kickoff at 7 p.m.
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