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Sierra starts the season 2-0!

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Sierra starts the season 2-0!

Helena Gill

Helena Gill

Helena Gill

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This game was a long one. Friday night, September 7th, the Sierra Stallions played against Woodland Park High School. With only two minutes left in the first quarter, Tristan Burris scored the first touchdown putting us up 6-0. In the second quarter, the Stallions scored another touchdown and a two point conversion giving us fourteen points making up for the lost point in the first touchdown.

Woodland Park finally managed to score a touchdown giving them seven points with Sierra still ahead. The third quarter was pretty intense, neither teen managed to score, but the Sierra Stallions made up for that in the fourth quarter. With forty-nine seconds left into the game, Dezmen Deedon (number 7), scored another touchdown. Within that same second Tristan Burris scored a point conversion. The final score being 22-7 Sierra! GO STALLIONS!

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