High School Football: Mustangs 42, Trojans 19
OSAWATOMIE Iola football head coach David Daugharthy thought long and hard after last weeks blowout loss to a previously winless Anderson County team.
His team was 0-4 for the second straight year and was coming off a performance where they didnt even look as if they belonged on the same turf as the host Bulldogs. Changes needed to be made and attitudes needed to be shifted in order to salvage the second half of the season.
I reflected a lot over the weekend, Daugharthy said. And it was tough. Last weekend was tough and it was tough on the kids, too. So when we came in afterwards, I just challenged them to be as tough and as focused as they could possibly be.
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