Friday night's scrimmage against the Cisco Lobes gave the Breckenrige Buckaroos a chance to hit someone else for a change and they did just that.
The scrimmage featured two evenly-matched teams with a lot of hard hitting action.
While no score was actually kept between the two teams, it didn't stop the Bucks from competing hard and that was something Buckaroo Head Coach Steve Freeman was very happy with.
“This was a great scrimmage for us and for Cisco as well,” said Freeman. “Oddly enough the most damage done between these two teams was done in the air.
(See complete story in August 21 edition of the Breckenridge American)
Senior wide receiver Chris Madison stiff-arms a Cisco defender during Friday night’s scrimmage at Buckaroo Stadium. The Bucks will play Early
Senior wide receiver Chris Madison stiff-arms a Cisco defender during Friday night's scrimmage at Buckaroo Stadium. The Bucks will play Early Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. in their final scrimmage before traveling to Colorado City Aug. 30, for the season opener. (Brant Thurmond)