Written by Al Stover
The Wolf Point varsity football team took to the road again to the play the Forsyth Dogies, Sept. 20. After a hard-fought battle at Forsyth’s homecoming game, the Dogies would defeat the Wolves, 47-15.
The Dogies showed some offense in the first quarter with two rushing touchdowns. The Dogies made a two-point conversion, making the score 14-0 in the first quarter.
Forsyth punched in another rushing touchdown, early in the second quarter. After a successful extra point, the Dogies led the game, 21-0.
The Wolves managed to score late in the second quarter, making it 21-7.
Seconds after the Wolves scored, the Dogies returned a kickoff all of the way to the end zone. After a successful extra point attempt, the Dogies led 28-7.
Forsyth continued to add more points to their score in the second half. The Wolves were able to score in the fourth quarter with a successful two-point conversation before the end of the game.
Junior High Football Defeats Poplar
The Wolves’ junior high football team defeated the Poplar Indians, 26-8, Sept. 17.
The Wolves’ offense scored 26 points in the first half while their defense kept Poplar out of the end zone until the final two minutes of the game.
The junior high football team will play their next game against the Glasgow Scotties, Sept. 28, at Lowry Field.