Physical Wildcats lower the boom against outmatched Eagles

Brawley quarterback Ethan Gutierrez scrambles to his right during the Wildcats' 49-7 win over Southwest on Thursday at Eagle Field in El Centro. PHOTO AARON BODUS

EL CENTRO — Good things come to those who wait. That’s what they say anyway.

The maxim certainly seems to have held true for the Brawley Union football team. The perennial IVL contenders started off the 2019 season in the weeds, with a 1-2 record after three weeks of play, but they haven’t lost since and seem to be rounding into their bullying best with their biggest game of the season just around the corner.

Sports Editor Aaron Bodus can be reached at or 760-337-3434.

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