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By Alex Kuhn
Sports Editor 

2017 season comes to an end for Bobcat football, but a strong foundation has been laid

 

November 1, 2017

COURTESY/ Nathan Oster/ Greybull Standard

Bobcat Cullen Becher looks downfield for a receiver during a game against Greybull on Sept. 8 at Hot Springs County High School.

THERMOPOLIS - The 2017 football season for the Hot Springs County Bobcats ended in Mountain View Friday after a 45-0 loss against the Buffaloes in the 2A State football playoff quarterfinals.

The Bobcats could not find a rhythm offensively or defensively to which Mountain View took full advantage.

"We didn't execute well on offense and give credit to Mountain View they are a good football team. You can't make mistakes against good football teams or unforced errors. We had some penalties and turnovers that gave them short fields and we just can't do that against a really good football team...



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