High School Football: Bulldogs 42, Mustangs 6
GARNETT Frustration gave way to an apathetic effort on the part of the Iola Mustang football team Friday night in their 42-6 road bell-ringing at the hands of district-foe Anderson County (1-3, 1-0).
The Mustangs (0-4, 0-1) looked to be up for the challenge early in the ballgame but tenacious blocking and an elusive Bulldog run game put Iola right in the cross hairs of another blowout.
Im very frustrated, head coach David Daugharthy said. Going into this game, I felt like this could have been the score line for us. I dont know if its what we did offensively or defensively that took a step backward. I think it was a mental thing. We need to take a step back and focus solely on our mind and believe that we can win. It didnt look like we had any fight left in this game.
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