GOODLAND, Kan — It was another tough night of football for the Goodland Cowboys as they lost 55-0 to the Scott City Beavers on Friday night inside Cowboy Stadium.
Scott City scored on their opening drive and never looked back dominating Goodland in every facet of the game. The Beavers scored touchdowns on their first six drives while Goodland’s first six drives went: safety, punt, punt, turnover on downs, interception and punt.
All that led to Scott leading 43-0 at halftime, dominating the stats. The Beavers racked up 278 total yards, 243 on the ground compared to just 39 total yards for the Cowboys.
The second half was started with Goodland throwing another interception and that led another Beaver touchdown. From that point forward the clock ran continuously due to the 45-point rule.
Scott City, who had only scored 28 total points in their first two games combined get touchdowns from six different players led by Hunter Yager and Harrison King who each had two a piece. King, threw for his first passing TD of the season, a 35-yard strike to Justus McDaniel in the second quarter. Beavers totaled 377 yards with 331 on the ground when the game was over.
Goodland only mustered a season low 69 total yards. Junior Leyton Cure led GHS with 27 yards on the ground and 69 through the air on 10 of 24 passing but with three interceptions.
Cowboys have now lost 16 straight to the Beavers and have been out scored by Scott 200-0 over the last four season. With the loss Goodland is now just 2-16 since 2015 in district play and is just 1-12 versus GWAC foes in the Chase Topliff era.
GHS (0-3) steps away from GWAC and district play to face Oakley next Friday. Scott City (3-0) heads to Ulysses next week.
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