Buckaroo senior Dylan Browning makes a take on Jim Ned s running back Dylan Johnston during Friday night s 68-19 win over the Indians. Also pictured is
Buckaroo senior Dylan Browning makes a take on Jim Ned s running back Dylan Johnston during Friday night s 68-19 win over the Indians. Also pictured is sophomore Nikk Chandarlis. The Buckaroos are open this week and will travel to play the Merkel Badgers on Nov. 1. (Rob Durham)
 Friday night's game at Buckaroo Stadium featured two teams fighting for their first district win and a strong North wind and temperatures in the mid 40s.
The Buckaroos were able to overcome the less-than-ideal weather conditions to cruise to a 68-19 blow out win over the Jim Ned Indians to improve to 2-6 overall on the season including a 1-3 record in District 4-2A.
The win Friday night for the Bucks was an all-around team effort that featured big plays from both sides of the football and that was something Buckaroo Head Coach Steve Freeman was proud of.
“I was really pleased all the way through on how we performed,” said Freeman. “I didn't really like how we started but it was pretty much indicative of where we have been this season since Aug. 6.”
(See complete story in Oct. 23 edition of the Breckenridge American)