WILLIAMSPORT - Sometimes there are enough positives to make it easy for a coach to overlook the negatives.
So dominant was Williamsport's 33-6 thumping of Bishop Walsh on Friday that coach Adrian Custer was able to shrug off his team's 17 penalties for 169 yards and two blocked extra points.
It didn't hurt that the Wildcats rushed for 192 first-half yards, intercepted four passes -two of which went for touchdowns - and held the Spartans to minus-53 yards rushing.
In fact, the 169 yards in penalties was more than double Bishop Walsh's total offense.
The win also marks the first time a Williamsport team has recorded a 2-1 record since 2001.
"Two wins is great for the program," said Custer. "They practiced extra hard this week. Now they know they have to roll into the (MVAL) Antietam Conference schedule, and they'll have to work twice as hard."