Backup Quarterback Throws Two Late Touchdowns In Comeback For Washington Court House< < Back to
BAINBRIDGE, Ohio (WOUB) — It’s the fourth quarter at Paint Valley Stadium. Down 17 points and without their starting quarterback, all hope seemed lost for Washington Court House.
But Blue Lions backup Raleigh Haithcock would stun the Bearcats as he marched his team down the field and into the end zone three times in the final quarter.
Two of those touchdowns came off Haithcock passes — one to A.J. Dallmayer, and one to his younger brother, Isaiah Haithcock.
“Not gonna lie, we used to do that when we were younger, and it felt good,” Raleigh said. “It brings back memories a lot.”
Washington Court House will look to capitalize on this momentum next week with a visit from the Minford Falcons.