PULASKI, Va. -

Perhaps the game this week that had the most playoff implications took place in Dublin where 4 and 4 Pulaski County welcomed 3 and 4 Hidden Valley to Kenneth Dobson Stadium.  The loser may be on the outside looking in two weeks from now.

The Pulaski players were hoping the Cougar gives them a little luck and it appeared that would be the case early. Hidden Valley received the opening kickoff. Marcus Payne with the great special teams play forced the fumble and the Cougars had it with great field position.

But on third and 9 from the 27, Marcus Johnston took a sack for a loss of 11 and Pulaski had to kick it away.

Walker Brand then went to work for the Titans, finding daylight for ten yards and a first down to move the sticks.

From the three yard line it was Brand again.  He scooted in for 6 on the touchdown and Hidden Valley took a 7-nothing lead.

The defense forced another three and out before Mason Dermott got loose on a 16 yard Titans score to make it 14-zip.  Hidden Valley beat up on Pulaski this week, 28 to 7 the final.