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Monday, October 21, 2013

Youth football 2013-10-19

The morning started out very foggy, but lifted a bit by the end of the day as the OHYFL hosted 4 games at the Ft. Nugent fields on the last day of the regular season.  Links to photos of all the home games are posted below.

The morning started at 9am as the midget Cougars (5-2) took on Burlington (2-5) and whipped them 36-6.  The Cougars end with a 6-2 record and hold on to 4th place in the midget division, which gives them a home game as the playoffs start next Saturday.

Next up were the 7-0 Wildcats taking on 6-1 Bellingham Red.  Oak Harbor took and early lead and built it up, but Bellingham came back to take a late lead.  A touchdown late in the game let the Wildcats and preserve their undefeated season, but it was only a 1-point win, 33-32.  The Wildcats will also get a home game next weekend.

The 3rd game was the 2-4 Pumas vs 2-4 Friday Harbor.  Neither team would get a playoff spot regardless of the result of the game, so the teams were playing for pride.  Puma Pride prevailed as Oak Harbor held on to win 38-20.

Finally, the 3-4 Jaguars, who missed the playoffs by just one win, played a rematch from the first game of the year.  At Concrete, the Jags lost 19-14 back in August and were looking for Revenge against the 5-2 Lions.  They got it.  Oak Harbor scored early and often as they ran away with a 40-8 win and a 5th place finish, one spot out of the playoffs.

The season isn't completely over for the junior boys, as the coaches are combining and making an all-star team and will travel to Tacoma in mid-November for some final football action.

The Oak Harbor Bobcats, the lone Peewee team this year played in Mt. Vernon for the league championship.  The Bobcats, 6-1 going into the game played Mt. Vernon (7-0).  While the Bobcat defense played tough, the offense just could not get going and the Bulldogs won 20-0.

Click HERE for Cougars photos

Wildcat photos are HERE

HERE is where the Pumas photos reside

Find Jaguars pics HERE.


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