Cowboys fall to BC
GUTHRIE – For the second time this year, Bryson had a chance to make a statement about itself with a solid performance vs. a state-ranked team.
In the first meeting, the Cowboys came back and came within a blocked extra point vs. No.3 Milford in a 51-50 loss. Sept. 22, the squad faced defending state champ and top-ranked Borden County. The Coyotes showed why they had the high ranking and could be a force to be reckoned with in a 62-16 win.
Bryson (2-2) can take solace in knowing it was the first team to score on the Coyotes this year. The loss leaves a bitter taste in the mouth of Coach Jason Briles.
“We were scared to tackle,” Briles said. “We moved the ball well and came up empty four times inside the 10.”
For further details, see the Sept. 29 Herald-Gazette.