For the better part of the first half of the 1982 season, the Washington High School football team was trying to gain a foothold in the Class AA Century Conference.

An early-season, 14-11, loss to Brownsville cast doubt about these Prexies. One thing was certain; they had an emerging running back in Brian Davis, who was turning heads as a sophomore Oct. 9, in basically a “must-win” at undefeated Beth-Center, Davis not only turned heads, but his incredible performance also opened eyes.

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Sacco always take you back in time! Wonderful article!

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