ENDERLIN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com)- With the exception of 3 big plays, The Falcons played one of their best defensive games of the season last week against Northern Cass. Unfortunately those plays were enough to keep MVE from a win with the final score 20-16 Jaguars.
Seventy-four offensive yards were all Northern Cass would pick up against The Falcons who acquired 251 yards of their own. MVE forced 3 turnovers with interceptions by Grady Karges and Zack Nord. Coach Nathan Hoots says the defense finally had things come together
Standing in the way of win this week for The Falcons is the always tough Kindred Vikings. Kindred is 2-1 this season. After starting the year with a loss to No.2 Carrington they have beat Oak Grove and EEK. Coach Hoots knows the team will have their work cut out for them
Friday’s game is the final of 2 played in Enderlin. Kick off is 7 pm.
Interview with Nathan Hoots