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Perrin-Whitt receiver Josiah Cansler hauls in a pass Friday night.

Winning is never bad. But sometimes how you win isn't all good.

The Perrin-Whitt Pirates improved to 2-1 by defeating Lake Country Christian School, 20-6, at Pirates Stadium.

But head coach Brad Hutton was unhappy with the Pirates' sloppy performance throughout involving fumbles, penalties and mental mistakes like lining up incorrectly and mis-playing an onsides kick.

"A win's a win, but I'm disappointed," Hutton said afterward. "We're not where we need to be."

Despite fighting through cramps much of the game, Pirates running back Bryce Cameron was his usual self, scoring on touchdown runs of 15 and four yards and finishing with 228 yards on 25 carries, a 9.1-yard average.

The Pirates racked up 430 yards of total offense while holding the Eagles to just 127. P-W lost its shutout with a minute left.

Safety Dusty Salazar returned a fourth quarter interception 20 yards for a touchdown to ice the game.

The Pirates travel to Gorman Friday.

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