Wood summed up the game. “We didn't have any turnovers, we ran it well and I thought Ryan (Hinkley) was pretty sharp passing the ball. We'll watch the film, we'll learn from it and we'll try to get better.
We do need to get a running game going and play a little more physical. We have room for improvement. We are happy with the win, but we have work to do.”
Hinkley finished with 177 yards passing and three touchdowns on 11-of-13 passing.
Bradley had 14 carries for 104 yards. Trigg carried the ball seven times for a team-leading 110 yards rushing.
Glasgow's offense had a total of 419 yards, while the Raiders were held to just 67 total yards. Forty-nine of the Hart County yards came on two pass plays.
The Scotties will be in action again Friday night when they face Garrard county in the Bob Allen Pig Skin Classic. The game is in Danville and is scheduled for 6:30 Glasgow time.