Second-half ’Cats overcome middling start to paste Indio, 43-7

Brawley's Damien Reyes (21) bursts through the middle on his way to a 40-yard touchdown run in the first half of the Wildcats' 43-7 home win over Indio on Thursday. PHOTO AARON BODUS

BRAWLEY — Shifting into high gear on offense and battening the hatches on defense, the Brawley Wildcats rode 29 unanswered points in an explosive second half to a cathartic, 43-7 victory over the visiting Indio High Rajahs, Thursday night at Warne Field.

Brawley wasn’t bad in the first half — they entered the intermission up 14-7 after all — but it was clear they were a little off their axis. Their scoring output was confined to two broken plays that allowed Wildcat rushers to turn runs up the gut into half-field scores.

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