Nowhere to Hyde; 4th quarter run clinched the win in Week 1

Now, the Knights will try to carry the momentum into their home opener this Friday against Manchester. The Indians are looking to avenge last season’s loss on the final play of the game, so the Knights will have no time to celebrate the Glastonbury victory.

“We know that it’s not going to be a team that we just have to go out, have a good game, and beat. We have to practice the right way and prepare the right way. We need to get out and show up on Friday night,” said Drury. “We can’t look ahead. We can’t take a single opponent lightly. If we do that, it will bite us.”

Kick-off is scheduled for 7 p.m., and the Knights are urging fans to dress in blue for the homecoming contest.

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