When the Titans entered the stadium Friday night, they brought along a sledge hammer, metaphorically promising the Wolverines a smackdown. Although they struggled to get on the scoreboard throughout the game, the Titans kept their promise and took home a win in overtime, 13-10.
In the first quarter, both teams played very tough defense resulting in no touchdowns from either side. With less than five minutes in the first half, West Potomac's quarterback, Caleb Williams, made a 50-yard touchdown. Kicker Chris Blewitt added the field goal, making the score 7-0 in West Potomac's favor.
The Titans finally got on the scoreboard at the last minute with a touchdown made by running back Dealo Robertson. T.C. Williams added the field goal to tie the game.
In overtime, West Potomac was unable to get to the endzone, but Blewitt kicked a 3-point field goal, making the score 10-7. Ultimately, T.C. Williams' wide receiver Landon Moss scored a touchdown to take the win, 13-10.
West Potomac Head Coach Jeremiah Davis said they are going into the playoffs ready to play, and star wide receiver Demornay Pierson-El will be back on the field once again next week.
"We're going to the playoffs and we'll see what happens with the other games," Davis said. "We're still in good shape and we're going into the postseason."
This was the Titans' fourth win in a row, but Head Coach Dennis Randolph said it'll be a long shot before they get into the playoffs. However, Randolph said the defense played a great game against West Potomac Friday night.