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Cowboy footballers passing attack and stifling defense surprises North Sevier Wolves

The Cowboys went on the road again last Friday night to take on the North Sevier Wolves and came out firing. The Cowboys passing game was hot from the beginning with Bone connecting with Cooper Anderson for a 15-yard touchdown, followed up with a dart to Maddux Baird for a 33-yard score. The Cowboys defense looked strong from the get-go not allowing the Wolves to get anything going offensively. The Cowboys added another score in the second to make it 21-0 at halftime.

The Wolves came out in the third with a little more determination, as the Wolves Brady Bullock reached up over two Cowboy defenders to haul in a 25-yard pass from Braydon Hammond to put the Wolves in a prime scoring position at the six-yard line. After three tries, the Wolves faced fourth down and inches from the one-yard line until big bruiser Wyatt Orton playing nose tackle, shoved the scrum back, denying the Wolves their closest chance at reaching the endzone. The Cowboys would go onto score two more times pushing the lead to 35-0 to close the game.

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The Cowboys passing attack looked strong after the first week’s rushing attack looked strong with Bone going 12/15 on 206-yards passing, spreading the ball around to seven different receivers and throwing for three touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. With Hayden Gubler (77 yards), Maddix Baird (58 yards) and Troy Federkeil (36 yards) leading the way. Dreyden Stubbs led the way for the Cowboys rushing attack with 61-yards on 10 carries, with Hayden Gubler right behind with 50-yards on nine carries. Logan Veater and Carter Ramsay also came up big on the defensive side of the ball, both tallying a sack a piece, while Maddix Baird led the way with 11 tackles, with Gubler and Federkeil adding seven and six tackles respectively.

The Cowboys (2-0), travel to Kayenta on Friday, August 25, to take on the Monument Valley Mustangs (0-1) who are coming off a 60-12 loss to Blue Ridge.

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