OffenseQuarterback: 1st – Jake Gauthier, Park City – Sr. 2nd – Hayden Ward, Joliet – Sr. Running Back: 1st – Kaiden Batzler, Sheridan – Sr., Rye Brastrup – Joliet Sr., Stockton Zimdars, Park City- Jr., Jacob Johnson, Ennis – Sr. 2nd – Connor Nye, Twin Bridges – Jr. , Wyatt Hamilton, Park City – Jr. Center: 1st – John Wetmore, Park City – Sr.
It was a close one, but Twin got the win at the Falcon’s Oct. 16 matchup in Big Sky against the Lone Peak Big Horns; final score 28-26. Next on the docket for the 3-4 Falcons is an Oct. 22 home game against the 0-6 Mustangs.
Despite being handed a 31-8 Homecoming loss against Darby on Sept. 17 the Twin Bridges Falcons made several noteworthy plays and achievements.
Connor Nye: 19 carries for 50 yards, four catches for 45 yards and one touchdown, five tackles
Never mind the recent 35-8 loss against Sheridan – Twin Bridges bounced back on Sep. 10 with a 68-16 win on the road against Absarokee.
Twin Bridges Head Coach Brett Nordahl attributed the win to his team’s ability to get their run game going right off the bat, as well as excellent gang tackling from start to finish.
It was a battle of neighboring rivals on Sep. 3 when the Sheridan Panthers headed down the road for a matchup against the Twin Bridges Falcons.
The Mustangs gave it their all, but ultimately the Park City Panthers proved their prowess, defeating Ennis on Sep. 3 with a score of 44-20. Mustang Head Coach Mike Speck said, despite the loss, the boys saw what they are capable of doing, and the coaching staff is excited for them to put it all together for 48 minutes straight.
Sheridan’s first game of the varsity football season did not disappoint. The Panthers welcomed the Choteau Bulldogs to Sheridan,
eking out a win in overtime, 27-25. Senior Kaiden Batzler is seen here using all of his 6’3” frame to bust through his competition and run the ball down the field.
The Twin Bridges Falcons first game of the season was an easy win at home against Great Falls Central on Aug. 27.
Ah, back to school season. Backpacks are packed, thinking caps are on, and students, parents and teachers are readying for another year of learning. There’s a return to classes, to friendships, and to the competitive action of fall athletics.
On the gridiron