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Raiders lose in Monday night football

 


This week the Raiders traded in Friday night lights for Monday night football in Manson, where the Mustangs defeated the Raiders 14-8.

The smoke that had been in the air was responsible for the schedule change.

In the second quarter, Raider quarterback Steven Flowers ran 32 yards for a touchdown, and, with a successful two-point conversion, put the Raiders up 8-0 at halftime.

But the Raiders gave up their lead in the third quarter when the Mustangs made it into the end zone twice.

“We just didn’t make enough plays to get it done,” said Raiders Head Coach Bubba Egbert.

“A lot of our guys made some really good plays,” Egbert continued. “We’re definitely capable of making big plays; we just have to be more consistent.”

The Raiders host the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions at 7 p.m. Friday night, Sept. 15, on Greene Field in Coulee Dam.

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