Valley football teams strive to ‘get tough’ on turf

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BRIDGER VALLEY — Both Valley high school football teams had a good week two weeks ago as both notched a win.

Lyman hosted the Star Valley JV football team and let the larger school know the Eagles are a team to be reckoned with as Lyman won with a scored or 32-6. Due to the breakdown for football and the fact the state has 1A 6-man football teams, the Eagles drop down into 2A football even though they play at 3A in most sports.

Following the games,, he Eagles awere in fourth place in the west conference with a conference record of 2-1 and an overall record of 3-2. According to head coach Dale Anderson earlier in the season, the team is working to improve their play and become a stronger team overall.

Last Friday, the Eagles went up against the Mountain View Buffalos on the Buffalo turf. Mountain View is currently in the top slot in the west conference. The Buffalos also took control of this game and won.

Pictures are players of the Buffalo football team goes up to intercept the ball during their Homecoming game last month. COURTESY PHOTO/Dell Barnes

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