Bengals win 28-0 at Battle of Bridges

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Bengals win 28-0 at Battle of Bridges

The Lewiston Bengal student section cheers on their team at Battle of the Bridges game Sept. 14.

The Lewiston Bengal student section cheers on their team at Battle of the Bridges game Sept. 14.

The Lewiston Bengal student section cheers on their team at Battle of the Bridges game Sept. 14.

The Lewiston Bengal student section cheers on their team at Battle of the Bridges game Sept. 14.

Abby Burgess, Sports Assistant

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The Bengals took on their biggest rival, the Clarkston Bantams, in the annual Battle of the Bridges game Friday, Sept. 14. The Bengals ran onto the Bantams turf with high hopes. The Bengals took the win, 28-0.

Kristofer Carpenter, senior, says that the best part of a football game is “the intensity the crowd brings.”

After consecutive years winning the rivalry, senior, Kristopher Carpenter, made it clear that he didn’t want to let Clarkson beat him for the first time during his senior year.

The Bengals varsity football team started the 2018 season strong with a home game on Friday, Aug. 24 against Idaho Falls. that first game the Bengals They played a good game but got behind in the last quarter, losing 33-34.

After losing their first home game, several Bengal players said planned on making that the only loss of the season. They continue to work hard so they don’t disappoint their fans.

For the remainder of the season, the Bengals will have three more home games, and two away. They plan on playing hard and enjoy the rest of the season as a team.

“Playing with my teammates during my last year of football, possibly ever, is probably my favorite part of the game,” states senior Kyle Alford.

Lewiston is currently standing at 3-1. With a very close loss of 34-33 against Idaho Falls Aug. 24, the Bengals stepped it up on Aug. 31 with an outstanding win of 28-0 against Shadle Park. After their standing of 1-1, the Bengals win against Wenatchee with a score of 26-10 Sept. 7.

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