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Lidinsky rushed 117 yards on 22 carries, while Baumbach went for 96 on 16 carries. Jackson Murphy led with eight tackles and Devin Carrera had a huge interception in the third quarter.
The rain could have been used an an excuse, but it wasn't.
Sandwich had a holding penalty on its final possession that put the Indians seco-and-16. Then, the game ended with the second big sack of the night.
“We have to play mistake-free football,” Sandwich coach Kris Cassie said. “The big penalties continue to haunt us in key moments. We were a play away from taking it into overtime or having a nice drive at the end there. We’re a resilient team. These kids don’t quit. It doesn’t matter how far they are down. They’ll keep battling until the end.”
“We still have two games left, so we have an opportunity ahead of us. We need to get ready for Lisle next week.”
Plano, meanwhile, won for the fourth time in five games – and is a win away from being playoff-eligible.
“We came in with the same records. We knew it was going to be a battle,” Plano coach Brad Kunz said. “We’re really happy that our guys hung through everything. Homecoming is always one of those weeks where you don’t know what’s going to happen. We’re glad we came out with a win tonight.”