LYMAN — The Lyman High School Eagles were pumped up and ready to play last Friday on their home turf and turned the match with the Lovell Bulldogs into a rousing win, 32-0.
As one of the fans said after the game, Lyman “smoked” the Bulldogs. Reaching the halfway mark of the season, the Lyman Eagles tucked the game in their win column and posted a positive improvement on the field.
Lovell is still looking for their first conference win, but the Bulldogs did nail a non-conference win against Shoshoni.
The Lyman Eagles have had a tough time the last couple of seasons, but according to their head coach Dale Anderson, the team has stayed positive and focused on getting better. The Eagles went up against the Star Valley JV yesterday on the Eagles home turf. They will then face the MVHS Buffs in Mountain View on Oct. 5.
“I was very proud of the effort our kids gave Friday, and its always nice for the kids to get a win. We always try to build from one week to the next and find ways to improve individually and as a team,” Anderson said Monday afternoon. “We have some very tough league games coming up to finish the season and need to continue to improve as we prepare for those games.”
Hagen Lamoreaux tucks the ball and heads for yardage against the Lovell Bulldogs in the Lyman Homecoming game last Friday. PIONEER PHOTO/Virginia Giorgis