LHS football crowned victorious

Kaitlyn Hinkley, Sports Editor

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






 Any high scoring football game can be offensive, and that’s just what Homecoming was. The Lewiston Bengals varsity football team kept its three-year winning streak for its annual Homecoming game Friday, Sept. 29.
  At the Homecoming game, the Bengals beat the Moscow Bears 38-7. Keeping the opponent at such a low score made it less stressful to keep the Bengals’ winning Homecoming streak.
  The previous Friday, Sept. 22, the Bengals traveled to Sandpoint and beat the Bulldogs, 33-26.
  “We played a super-sloppy first half,” said senior offensive lineman, Tyler Grim, “but we came out in the second half and dominated the game.”
Following Friday’s Homecoming game, the Bengals made their way to Coeur d’Alene High School to take on the Vikings, falling 18-55.
  “It was a hard loss, but I think we really learned from it and it got us prepared for [the Oct. 13] game against Post Falls,” said Zane Rudolph, senior linebacker. “I hope we come out on top and I believe we will.”
  As it turned out Oct. 13, Post Falls beat the Bengals 12-28. This loss means the Bengals will not partake in the 2017 Idaho state-level football tournament.
  “I feel like we played hard, but [it] didn’t come out the way we wanted it,” said junior and free safety, Conor Albrich.
Although the Bengals knew the Oct. 20 game against Lake City would be the season’s last, they still put in all their effort to beat the Timberwolves 54-21.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




LHS football crowned victorious