Football team’s season ends

It was a long two hour and 15 minutes for the CFHS football team as members rode home for the last time as a team after the 26-7 loss to the Pleasant Valley Spartans.

“It’s tough knowing that was our last game together. This team has been together for so long that we’re not just teammates, we’re more like brothers,” senior Danny Watters said.

The Tigers had hope coming out of the halftime break, down just two, with the score 9-7. In the sec- ond half, Pleasant Valley quite liter- ally ran away with it. They went on to add 17 points in the second half with a plethora of rushing attempts. They tallied a total of 236 yards on the ground on 55 carries.

The Tigers will be losing the majority of their starters to graduation but will return two key pieces in quarterback Trey Hansen and linebacker Rayce Willett. Other contributors will return and have a much larger role such as junior Tyler Schmidt, who is already looking for- ward to next football season, said: “We’re losing a lot of great players, but I’m excited for next year. I think we can make some noise.”

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