Big Spring Herald Weekend

Coahoma loses close one to Lubbock Roosevelt, 26-20


Lubbock Roosevelt (8-1, 3-1) left Coahoma (6-2, 2-2) on Friday night with a 2620 win between two very strong district rivals.

The game was competitiv­e throughout the entire 48 minutes of action with the Bulldogs never showing any sign of quit and scoring their last touchdown with two minutes remaining in the game.

Running back Brysen Kerby was able to score all three touchdowns for Coahoma but the Eagles made just a few more plays in this contest.

“I told the kids after the game, we've won a lot football games over the past three years, but I've never been more proud of a group as I was tonight,” Head Coach Chris Joslin said. “We kept playing and kept playing and gave ourselves a chance to win the game near the end.”

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