Ter­rap­ins play hard, stand tall

The Drumheller Mail - - SPORTS - Krystin McHugh The Drumheller Mail

Drumheller’s Pee Wee Ter­rap­ins played an­other hard game on Satur­day Septem­ber 24 in Olds end­ing with a score of 16-6 for the Huskies.

Head Coach Thomas Laf­fin said, “We started the game strong with an in­ter­cep­tion by Ben Mos­som and fol­lowed that with our only touch­down of the game by Haydn Jones.”

Ac­cord­ing to Laf­fin the score­board def­i­nitely did not re­flect their game­play. Hav­ing started so strong, they still came to­gether well in the sec­ond half but Olds never gave the Ti­tans a chance to score.

“We moved the ball well in the sec­ond half but were not able to get it in the end zone. In the game of foot­ball some­times it doesn’t go your way but the Ter­rap­ins stood tall.” Laf­fin said, “With two weeks to heal and work on our game I see the sec­ond half of our sea­son go­ing much dif­fer­ent.” The Ti­tans next home game is Satur­day Oc­to­ber 8 at 11 a.m. against Stet­tler.

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