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Football Round-up 10.10.19

Mustangs football defeated in St. Ignatius

Bulldogs defend their territory

It was a tough game for the Ennis Mustangs against the St. Ignatius Bulldogs Oct 4. The first quarter was scoreless for the Mustangs, the Bulldogs up 13 points. Mustangs’ quarterback, Brand Ostler, ran eight yards for the first score of the second quarter. Ostler connected with Swanson for the two-point conversion. But the St. Ignatius Bulldogs were quick to return and did not let up. The Mustangs could not make it into the endzone again, and the Bulldogs racked up 51 points against Ennis.  The Mustangs will take on the Lone Peak Big Horns in Big Sky Oct. 12.

Panthers poke the hive and get stung

By Mike Wetherbee

The Sheridan Panthers were on the road this week in White Sulphur Springs to play the Hornets in a conference game this week.  The Panthers came out strong defensively and held the Hornets on their first drive.  They took the ball on their own 20 and marched down and scored taking the early lead 6-0.  The Hornets answered with a sustained drive of their own and ended the 1st quarter 6-6.  The Hornets scored on their opening drive in the second quarter to take a 14-6 lead, but the Panthers answered with a drive of their own to close the score at 12-14, but that would be all as the Hornets rolled off 51 unanswered points to defeat the Panthers 65-12.  This leaves the Panthers at 0-2 in the Western conference and at 3-3 on the year.  The Panthers host the league leading Hot Springs Savage Heat for their homecoming game Saturday at 1 p.m.  Go Panthers!!!

Twin Bridges football loss in Park City

Panthers to the east take down the Falcons

Park City scored the first six touchdowns of the night against Twin Bridges Oct. 4. The Falcons finally got on the scoreboard in the third quarter, when senior quarterback Bryce Nye threw 17 yards to Trysten Harmon. The third quarter ended with the Panthers up by 46 points. The Park City Panthers scored one more touchdown in the fourth quarter to end the game. Park City: 58. Twin Bridges: 6.

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