Wick did one thing really well--offensively, they changed out of the I formation into a wing set and the ran quick pitch with Jeffers. Heard after the game that kids and/or assistants were asking Gonzalo to run some of Vaughan's old quick pitch and Bama stuff and Wick came out and did it. Not a complete revamp of the offense, but they made some pretty major changes.
Wick got two huge breaks early and FH muffed a punt right at the start, Wick scored, then Wick went onside and recovered it. FH did not touch the ball and was down 14-0. They used the momentum to build a solid lead, their offense was clicking, and up until mid 3rd, they had FH reeling.
Problem was Wick's secondary. I can't blame the kids because Wick played a five man front when FH went empty and Wick never adjusted the LBs/DEs to cover the 3rd man to either side. A safety was covering 10-15 yards off the ball and FH threw slant after slant to the wing back.
My single biggest issue was the clock management the last two minutes. Tie game, Wick ball and they had almost a minute left and were well inside FH territory. Wicks OC was in the booth relaying plays down to Gonzalo and the QB was coming to the sideline and trying to figure out what to do. The poor clock management cost them a scoring chance late.
OK, wait, biggest issue was Wick had the ball 4th and goal from the 7 in OT and didn't kick a FG. It is essentially a PAT. Why let the opponent know all they have to do is make a chip shot and win? Wick handed FH this game. Just handed it to them.