Kobras lose to visiting Delisle; travel to Unity this week

The Kobras play their final home game next Friday against the 1-3 Meadow Lake Spartans

Declan Smit tries to make it around some Delisle tacklers during Friday’s loss.

Kevin McBain
of The Clarion

The Kindersley Composite School Kobras football team dropped their latest home game to the Delisle Rebels on Friday night.

Despite the 39-14 loss, head coach Tavis Lehman thought the game went pretty well.

“The game was good. I think the team played well,” he said. “I think if we had a couple of plays back, and our special teams played a little better, the score would have been a lot closer.”

Scoring for the Kobras were Caleb Bacon and Hudson Bahm, both finding the end zone on short runs.

The Kobras had a couple of plays that took the team into the end zone. However, a kick return was called back on a penalty and a sure touchdown slipped through the hands of a receiver.

On the other side of the ball, Lehman, said that the Rebels do have a good team and didn’t do anything that was really surprising. That being said, Brant Wiebe turned out to be a lot faster than what they anticipated.

The loss drops the Kobras’ record to 2-2 on the season and they are in third place in the league. This week, they face another tough team, the Warriors, in Unity.

For more on this story, please see the Oct. 4 print edition of The Clarion.

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