Wildcats lose district opener to Seiling, 35-0

Homecoming game called at half for lightning threat

In a brusing game shortened by the threat of rain, the Boise City Wildcats were beaten by their Seiling namesakes, 35-0, on Friday night. The Seiling ‘cats struck quickly racking up back to back touch downs with just over five minutes gone in the first quarter before adding a third..

Dusty Horn scored first on a 12 yard run, followed by the PAT.

With a short kick, Seiling took possession and scored again is just under two minutes, on a Kyle Cole 14 yard run.

In just over two minutes, with 4:54 left on the clock, Horn connected with Josh Mitchell for a 29 yard touchdown pass, Horn's third PAT of the early evening was good, Seiling 21, Boise City, 0. With 20 seconds left in the first quarter, Cole popped in from one yard out, and Horn added one, 28-0.

In the second quarter, the Boise City Wildcat's defense stiffened, holding the Seiling felines scoreless through nearly 11 minutes of play. With 1:42 left on the clok, Horn called his own number and added Seiling's fifth touchdown; his kick was good and the teams left the field with what would be the final score, 35-0.

With rain falling from threatening skys, the game was called at the half.

Boise City had five first downs to Seiling's 14; uards rushing, 25, Seiling, 149; passing 46 to 58 for the down-staters for a total yarde of 71-207. Chase Loyd connected with three of 7 passes thrown, with one interception; Horn four of five with one interception.

Boise City had one punt for 31 yards; fumbled eight times and lost three. Boise had four penalties for 50 yards; Seiling, four for 40.


Boise City Cross Country hampered by injuries, inelgibles and ACT

The Wildcat thin clads took their over-the-road show to Stanton County, Kan. on Saturday.

Only three athletes participated due to injuries, inelgibility and the ACT

Justin neatherlin put up a time of 7:50 and placed 39th on a one-mile junior high jaunt. This was Justin's last race of the season and finished in good form with a good time for his first one mile race. He has improved so much since July. It is almost like watching a new person running. I have no doubt he'll do well in Track this spring.

Destry Elms turned in a time of 21:26 and 42nd over three miles; an improvement of four minutes, 50 seconds.

Uriel Rodriguez put up a time of 21:30 over three miles and a placing of 43; he has shaved two minutes, 39 seconds of his time.


Sharon-Mutual trounces Y-K Titans 43-8

Sharon-Mutual gave little respect to the Yarbrough-Keyes Titans on Friday night in their 43 to eight romp.

Sharon-Mutual scored first on a nine-yard run and a two point conversion; the only score of the first quarter.

They added a three yard, second touch down and PAT in the second quarter and went to the locker room leading 16- zip.

Showing no mercy Sharon-Mutual broke the game wide-open in the third perios scoring 31 unanswered points on runs of 36 and 57 yards and TD passes of eight and 14 yards. Three two-point conversions and one kick, brought the tally to 43-0.

In the fourth quarter the Titans finally scored on a Tanner Williams 80 yard run as the game ended 43-8.

Sharon Mutual had 16 first downs to the Titans four; 493 yards rushing to 167 for the Titans; 36 yards in the air compared to four and a total offensive effort of 529 to 171 yards gained.

Sharon-Mutual had four completions in six attempts and one interception; the Titans one completion in six attempts and one interception.

Sharon Mutual had no punts, and the Titans, four for 25.

The Titans fumbled five times, losing one; the Sharon Mutual squad fumbled twice and lost one.

The Titans had one penalty for 10 yards, Sharon-Mutual, three for 20.

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