Archive - Aug 23, 2013 - Sports Article
Leading 34-20 heading into the fourth quarter, victory slipped out of the grasp of the Newton-Conover football team.
The Red Devils fumbled twice in the final 3:50 of Friday's game against Chase, allowing the Trojans to come away with a 38-34 victory at Gurley Stadium.
Former SD-7 squads Maiden and Fred T. Foard collided on the gridiron Friday with the Blue Devils coming away with a 48-20 victory against the Tigers.
Jake McRee threw for 295 yards and five touchdowns in the contest to lead the Maiden (1-0).
Kyle Kelly and T.J. Vick each caught two touchdown passes from McRee, while the other touchdown through the air went to Alex White.
Trent Lowman's first football game as a senior football player at Bandys High School happened to be against St. Stephens.
Only fitting his first game as a Trojan head coach was against the Indians.
Bandys pulled together an impressive 41-16 victory over St. Stephens on Friday, successfully ushering in the Trent Lowman era.