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By Jeremy Dubois
Sports Editor 

Scotties Fall Hard At Baker


Dina Marie Krumweide / For The Courier

Baker's players watch their offense playing against Glasgow's defense on Friday, Sept. 13. The Scotties could not do anything to stop Baker and lost the game, 34-0.

The Scotties were crushed by Baker, 34-0 on Friday, Sept. 13, for their second game of the season. After a resounding victory over Glendive last week, the Scotties fell hard on the gridiron.

It was a frustrating night for the Scotties, according to head coach Greg Liebelt.

“We just got off to a very slow start, a flat start, and they scored right away on a pretty good play,” Liebelt said. “We missed a tackle and they scored.”

The Scotties had the opportunity to tie the game on their first drive in offense, but things went wrong.

“We had a play that would have worked very well, b...

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