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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