Evergreen and Conifer Coaches Corner: Oct. 27

Posted 10/26/21

Conifer The Conifer Lobo’s lost to #2 Lutheran 55-6. Four turnovers hurt the Lobos in the loss. Gauge Womack rushed for 72 yards on 15 attempts and Junior Nic Hudson rushed for 58 yards on 16 …

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Evergreen and Conifer Coaches Corner: Oct. 27

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Conifer

The Conifer Lobo’s lost to #2 Lutheran 55-6.

Four turnovers hurt the Lobos in the loss. Gauge Womack rushed for 72 yards on 15 attempts and Junior Nic Hudson rushed for 58 yards on 16 attempts.

Evan Clark was the only Lobo to find the endzone. Junior Seth Goodrich also contributed an interception defensively.

Conifer battles a well coached 5-3 Green Mountain team next Friday, Oct. 29, at 4 p.m.

- Coach Jon Shipley

Evergreen

After an emotional three weeks, the Evergreen Cougars rebounded vs Lewis Palmer in a big way. Junior QB, Tommy Poholsky, accounted for 5 TD passes and a rushing score in the Cougars 53-13 victory. His performance continues to be inspiring to the Cougar football program and the Evergreen community. In addition, Kyle Solawetz accounted for his first 2 TD receptions on the year, 8 months after the passing of his Mom, Kellie. 

Both of these players are inspiring their teammates with strength, grief, and a commitment to one another. The Cougars look to continue their resurgence and to celebrate their Seniors vs Littleton on Thursday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. for Senior Night. 

- Coach Matthew Van Praag

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