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Huskies Corner Weeks 7 & 8

October 25, 2019

The 2 - 5 Battle Mountain Huskies take on the 1 - 6 Glenwood Springs Demons.  Both teams are in search of a victory.  Catch all the action with Richard Carnes and Josh Andreasen on 97.7 KZYR The Zephyr or KZYR.com pregame starts at 6:45.  

Click HERE to listen to Coach Schuppler and Steve Leigh recap last week's game and preview this weeks game. 

Austin Richardson's Week 7 Re-Cap:

Huskies fall to Sailors, 13-20
The Battle Mountain Huskies move to 2-5 on the season with a heartbreaking loss to the Steamboat Springs Sailors, 13-20.
The tone of the game was set early. Standout player, Kiah Gongaware was injured on the Huskies' first offensive play, a tough break for Battle Mountain. Thoughts and prayers go out to "King Kong" Kiah Gongaware moving forward.
Kai Haggan hung in there at quarterback, assisted by Jeremiah Vasquez and Martin Velasco holding the line on both sides of the ball.
New on the scene was Dalton Patterson. His pass receptions aided Battle Mountain's two touchdowns. A 57-yard haul, coupled with a 38-yard TD, gave the Huskies a chance at 13-14 in the third.
Sailors Finn Russell and Jamison Tracy accounted for the lion's share of Steamboat's offense. Both teams struggled to hold onto the ball; fumbles, dropped passes, an interception and bad snaps cost downs.
Each team "went for it" on fourth downs in the middle of the field and turned the ball over more often than not.
The Sailors finished the game with a touchdown and extra point, for a 20-13.
The Huskies face the Glenwood Springs Demons in Edwards next week. Pre-game starts at 6:45 with kick-off at 7 p.m. on KZYR.
The Ruggs Benedict, Red Carpet
"Player of the Game"
was Dalton Patterson for several big receptions at critical junctures.
The Crossline Studios
"Block of Granite" lineman of the game
goes to Martin Velasco, making plays alternatively, adding a fumble recovery to his resume.
The Bighorn Toyota
"Drive of the Game"
came on a 77-yard drive in the second quarter. Patterson reception added to a Hagan TD, gave the Huskies hope.
Thanks Battle Mountain Football broadcast sponsors:
PSI Plumbing - Vail Recreation District - YouthPower 365 - Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery - Eagle River Water & Sanitation District - Crossville Studio - Ruggs Benedict - Cathy Thompson State Farm - Alpine Bank - Bighorn Toyota!

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