• Turnovers continue to plague Beavers as they roll past Tigers
    SCHS senior fullback Brandon Winderlin easily gets to the edge for an eight yard touchdown run during fourth quarter action against Ulysses. (Record Photo)
  • Turnovers continue to plague Beavers as they roll past Tigers
  • Turnovers continue to plague Beavers as they roll past Tigers
    SCHS senior cornerback Kevin Herman returns an interception during second quarter action at Ulysses last Friday. (Record Photo)

Turnovers continue to plague Beavers as they roll past Tigers

“Football is a simple game,” Scott Community High School head coach Jim Turner told his team as they huddled up following Friday’s game at Ulysses.

“You block. You hold onto the ball. You tackle. It’s not complicated,” he emphasized.

The Beavers failed to follow that simple formula despite coming away with a convincing 27-7 win over the Tigers in Great Western Activities Conference action.

 

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