Other elements of success was the performance of the secondary - Zivica and Hunter Hamilton shadowing the Corinth receivers and knocking down passes to suppress the Corinth passing game, as well as providing support for run defense.
Although the Warrior offense basked in the spotlight with the 182 yards on the ground and 15 first downs - about double the Tomahawks, they didn't necessarily dominate the show.
There was the alert, aggressive defense, who shut down Corinth's pass plays, as well as creating opportunities by recovering fumbles - one each for Nate Fidd, Jack Clark and Matt McGowan.
Bennett said he appreciated his team's hard work on Thursday on the gridiron stage.
"Games like this are what makes high school football so much fun," he said.