Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - September 24, 2021 9:57 am

Cody Hickox

7th Grade football dropped their 4th game of the season to Dodge City Comanche 34-0. The warriors struggled to keep up with a stable of powerful Coyotes running backs. Jayden Heronemus led the teams in tackles and offensive yards and ran hard all night. Defensively Trent Holmes and Justin Lopez were pests for the coyotes all night consistently getting into the backfield. They will travel to Garden City next week to take on the Hawks of Horace Good.

Mistakes plague the 8th grade warriors as they drop a heart breaker 20-16. The warriors started off great with a powerful drive down the field capped off by a 11 yard touchdown strike to James Fieser from Blayden Betts. They connected again on the 2 point conversion and took an 8-0 lead. The coyotes responded and went down the field and scored on their opening drive. The 2 point conversion failed and the warriors lead 8-6. Then the warriors fumbled the kickoff and gave the ball back to the coyotes. They were able to hold and the half time score was 8-6. In the second half the Coyotes scored to push the score to 12-8. On the warriors next drive they caught a break as Jairo Martinez fumbled but right into the arms of Diego Pavia who scooped it up and took it into the endzone for a TD pushing the score to 16-12. After a punt the warriors gave the ball back on an interception and gave up a score that pushed the score to 20-16. The Warriors fumbled on their final drive to end the game as they lost 20-16 and fell to a 2-2 record. 
 

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