Carter Price running hard with fleet-footed football feet.

Spartans 21-12 loss in do or die playoff game against the Titans

Spartans lose in final playoff game of the season. They did well!

  • Nov. 17, 2014 8:00 a.m.

On a sunny crisp Saturday afternoon Spartans played a do or die playoff game against the Titans-with a 21-12 loss on the day the Spartan’s first season in the Island Co-op league came to an end. Defence faltered with lack of outside containment in the first half however played strong in the second half with two steals by Logan and LaMontagne, holding the Titans to one score. On offence Steele and Price both bootlegged for our two scores with T-Bone Boyd and Ben Power catching a number of passes.  Carrier at center snapped a perfect game including two convert tries and a punt! A fun season was had by all:  no concussions (for 6 seasons), no serious injuries.  We came in second in a eight team league playing American High School rules for the first time.  We scored the second most points and had the stingiest defence.  All in all it was a good season.

The boys did well.  We are very proud of them.  God Bless and see you at the field!

 

CoachAndy

 

 

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