Spartans’ Spooking Of Badgers Leads To Bags Full Of Goodies
The Scobey Spartans didn't wait around until the
sun went down to do their
trick or treating on Saturday, October 31, they got the job done early, by 2:44 p.m. to be exact.
With the North C Di - vision's Cascade Badgers visiting Scobey's Plains - men Field for a first-round playoff game, the Spartans didn't need any tricks in ac - cumulating a 50-0 victory as their collectivegoody bag was plumb full of treats.
For instance, freshman Gage Hallock had eight solo tackles, four assists, two tackles for loss and a quarterback sack in his in - dividual bag, junior Josh Hammerly was packing five unassisted and four as -
sisted stops in his and ju - nior Gage Southland had 7 tackles, 1.5 QB sacks and one fumble recovery. Senior Nicholas Holum's (1 U, 1 A), junior Damian Cable's (1 A, 1 tackle for loss) and sophomore Owen Fishell's (1 U) were a little lighter but they're not complaining.
Bringing home a pillow
case full of sweet offensive
treats were: senior quarter-
back Jayce Tande with a team-leading 104 rushing yards on a dozen carries for an 8.6 average; senior Pay ton Leibrand averaging 11
yards per carry; senior end Addison Stentoft grabbing a pair of touchdown passes in the first three and one-half minutes of the game; junior Colter Oie rushing through the Badger defense for an 11.3 average; junior Zach Turner averaging 10.3 on a trio of totes with two going for touchdowns, a 9-yard re - ception and getting to play a little quarterback late in the game; the offensive line of center Philip Haynes and guards Hammerly and Cole Taylor clearing the way for 258 yards ...