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    SCHS senior wideout Justus McDaniel grabs a pass in stride to finish off a 35 yard touchdown completion during Friday’s GWAC win at Goodland. (Record Photo)

Cowboys are cure to SC’s offensive ills

When your offense is ailing, the Goodland Cowboys can be the cure.

After being limited to just four touchdowns in their first two games, Scott Community High School scored that many in the first 12 minutes of their contest against the Cowboys last Friday evening.

The Beavers (3-0, 2-0) reached the end zone on their first six offensive possessions - and even mixed in a safety - while coasting to a 55-0 win to remain on top the Great West Activities Conference.

It was also Scott City’s first game in district playoff action.

“It’s hard to tell how much progress we made because Goodland is a team that’s struggling. But we didn’t have any turnovers and we held down the penalties which is something we needed to do,” says head coach Jim Turner.


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