Titans fall to Waynoka, 34-8
The Yarbrough-Keyes Titans traveled to Waynoka on Friday night for an eight-man clash, and came away with a 34-8 loss.
With seven first downs, the Titans gained 148 yards on the ground with 52 carries.
They picked up an additional 70 yards through the air with six completions from nine attempts and no interceptions for a total of 218 yards.
Waynoka picked up five first downs with 33 carries for 202 yards and another 73 yards through the air with four completions out of 12 attempts with one interception, for a combined total of 275 yards.
The Titans had three fumbles, losing one and Waynoka, fumbled once with the Titans recovering the ball.
The Titans, proved to be the more disciplined team with two five yard penalties; Waynoka had seven penalties for 80 yards.
The Titans, playing good defense, stayed close through three quarters.
In the first quarter, Waynoka scored the only touchdown; a two yard run by Cardenas from two yards, the try for two was no good.
The second Waynoka TD came as the only score in the quarter, on a 24 yard pass from Lyon to Yadom, the try for two was no good it was 12-0 at the half.
In the third quarter, Waynoka's only score came from a TD scored when they blocked a Titan punt, the try for two was good, it was 20-0.
Waynoka's Lyon , called his own number and snuck the ball over from one-yard out, the score was 28-0 after the two was good.
The Titans Grazier call his number from one-yard out, and a hand-off to Alvnado was good for two more, it was 28-8.
Waynoka's Cardenas, ripped off a 65 yard jaunt for the final touch down, the pass for two fell short, it was Waynoka, 34- the Titans 8.
Regional Cross Country
by Darla Bocock
HS Girls two-mile
Denisse 17:10 99th
Amber 20:49 110th
Barbie 21:43 113th
HS Boys 5K
Uriel 22:45 54th
Brock 22:55 55th
Destry 23:28 63rd
Last Saturday the Boise City CC team traveled to Enid , for the Regional meet.
Class A and B schools are placed together, but, our runners performed well against tough competition, and nearly everyone improved their time.
The girls were up first and as she had all season, Dennise led our team, finishing up her second season on a good note.
She has improved greatly this year, and was able to compete the entire season. (She was sidelined much of last season with a major injury.)
Amber and Barbie, both competing in their first year, also ran well, with Amber improving her time by 25 seconds.
The boys were next, and all three had great races. Uriel improved his time from a year ago by 20 seconds.
And Destry bettered his time by a full minute, so both have made a great deal of progress from last year.
But, it was Brock who stepped up on Saturday. He was our #2 runner in this race and took 2:32 off his best time this year; he was really running great.
All of my runners did an awesome job this season, and I will be excited to see what they accomplish this spring in track.
Wildcats fall 45-12 to fourth ranked Buffalo
Boise City 's Wildcat football team, in their freshman season in eight-man football, lost 45-12 to Buffalo on Friday night.
However, Coach David, Bruner is proud of the effort shown by his team this year.
“The score was 45-12; it was a good game, the score was 24-0 at the half. They were really physical up front, but I am really proud of our effort. They haven't had a lot of points scored against them this year, and one of their guys told me it was one of their toughest games.”
The teams that have beaten the Wildcats this year have outmanned them, usually have twice or three times the players suited up; Friday was no different.
“They had 25 kids, we had 12 suited up.”
“We have lost to teams ranked First, Third, Fourth and Fifth. We have been playing quality competition.”
“Four of our five losses, have been against ranked teams.”
“We beat Vilas , Colo. 46-18, and we played well.
“We play Yarbrough this Thursday, Forgan on the 28th and Goodwell on Nov. 4. We have a legitimate chance to win every game and to finish the season at .500. I believe someone told me that would be the first time since 1991. I would be pleased with that,” Bruner said.
“Albert Hernandez was our offensive leader, he had 15 carries for 135 yards.”
Justin Clark led our defense with 17 tackles and Felix Reyes was second with 15. They all had a good effort and a really good game,” Bruner said.
Asked about what his plan was for the Yarbrough-Keyes Titans, Bruner said, “They run a double-wing, pull guards a lot, and they average about 240 on the front. If we read our keys, like we are teaching them...”
“On offense we'll do the same thing, we'll run a lot; move on sweeps. Plus we'll throw a little.”
Bruner also noted that the Titans have been expanding their passing attack, “Yeah, they throw a little, they have been switching quarterbacks. They have a senior and have been using a freshman to give him some experience.”
Bruner hopes that a potential .500 season will mean more players suited up next year.
“We have eight eighth graders and graduate four seniors. So we should have at least 19 next year. Also, if we finish at .500 maybe we'll get some out that haven't been playing.”
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