"They've been outstanding, and a lot of the points scored against us have not been against our first defense," Margraff said, referring to Hopkins opponents scoring 51 of their 87 points in the second half. "We have gotten a lot of guys time. I think almost every game though, the opposing offense has moved the ball early on us, and our defense has bent, but hasn't broken. Then they make some adjustments, get used to things and they've been dominating in a lot of the games. Other than the Muhlenberg game, which was a normal game against a very, very good team, our defense has been outstanding."