Fighting Badgers making a come back

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Ruben Saint Jean #81 trying to out run #6, Tyrek Cross at the football game  against Mesa Thunderbirds  on Sept. 17th, 2016.

Ruben Saint Jean #81 trying to out run #6, Tyrek Cross at the football game
against Mesa Thunderbirds
on Sept. 17th, 2016.

The Snow College Football team brought the school a win and then a loss within two weeks. After taking on Mesa Community College and Air Force Academy Preparatory School, Snow College tried to hold onto the number one spot in the nation for the NJCAA.

 

The Badgers and the Thunderbirds battled long on Sept. 17th and hard throughout the four quarters to see who would take home the win. Snow College tried to keep up with Mesa, but they fell short and ended up losing 19-33.

Snow played Air Force Prep on Sept. 24th and took the win with a 41-24 lead. Snow played hard and Air Force Prep couldn’t keep up with the Badgers.

Many Snow College students go and watch the Fighting Badgers to help support and bring school spirit to the games. Devony Cooper, a freshman at Snow says, “I love to go and support the football team. When they lost, I was really upset but they won their next game against Air Force Prep and that made me happy to be a Badger.”

This season may have started out a bit rough, but the Badgers aren’t going to give up. They want to make it to the Championships so they can bring home the big victory for the school. Brayden Ames, sophomore at Snow College stated, “It would be awesome to see our football team bring home the victory for the school because we always have been number two at championships.”

Snow College still has the rest of the season to finish up, but the Badgers have that fire burning that they can’t stop now. Snow College Football can bring up their rankings again to where they can win at National Championships.

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