Incomplete pass leads to Indian football loss

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Incomplete pass leads to Indian football loss

Junior Keaton Markley celebrates after a touchdown in a game against the Great Bend Panthers in the 2017 season. The Indians lost to the Panthers 15-7 on Sept 7.

Junior Keaton Markley celebrates after a touchdown in a game against the Great Bend Panthers in the 2017 season. The Indians lost to the Panthers 15-7 on Sept 7.

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Junior Keaton Markley celebrates after a touchdown in a game against the Great Bend Panthers in the 2017 season. The Indians lost to the Panthers 15-7 on Sept 7.

Hannah Harman

Hannah Harman

Junior Keaton Markley celebrates after a touchdown in a game against the Great Bend Panthers in the 2017 season. The Indians lost to the Panthers 15-7 on Sept 7.

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Running into the endzone, senior Will Sennett looks around as he notices he’s stepped out of bounds. This touchdown would’ve made the Indians that much closer to a win against the Great Bend Panthers. The catch was great, the stance was outstanding, but the catch just happened to be outside the endzone.

On Friday, Sept 7, the Indians traveled to Great Bend to take on their rival, the Panthers. Although the Indians put up a fight throughout the entire game, it just would not be enough to pull off a win away from their home field.

Statistically the Indians had the game in their hands for the first half of the game. The Indians went for 178 yards, only allowing the Panthers to go for 69. The Indians were able to pull out a lead in the first half, coming out on top 7-6. This would be the only lead the Indians would have for the rest of the game.

The Indians would lose to the Panthers 15-7 in a tough fought game.

Taking on the Liberal Redskins at home on Friday Sept 14 at Lewis Field will be the Indians.

“We’re young still, we’re growing still,” coach Tony Crough said. “It just stinks when it’s your rival.”

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