Evart 39 Fremont 8
The Packer offense is looking to put more points on the board this season but their first score of the year came on the opposite end of the field in the second half when Parker Dalson broke through the Wildcat line to secure a safety.
Evart had built a 19-0 lead prior to that tally by Fremont and responded by finding the endzone again to give the Wildcats a 25-2 lead.
Kane Widing answered with a 21 yard scoring sprint for the Pack’s lone touchdown of the game but Evart scored twice more before the final gun and the losing streak for Fremont reached 19.
Widing’s run to daylight was part of his 90 yards on the night. Dalson grinded out 84 on the ground while Michael Groenke and quarterback Caleb Kooman each adding 44. Kooman also completed 6 passes with 4 of them finding the hands of Riley Krim for 70 yards.
Courtland Carson, Dalson, Koomen and Widing led the team in tackles.
It was the first meeting between the two teams since 1952 when the Wildcats posted a 6-0 win. The Packers open CSAA play Thurdaywhen they head to Remus to face Chippewa Hills. The Warriors opened with a loss to Oakridge
Martin 50 White Cloud 0
The Cloud offense handed the ball to the Clippers 7 times including 4 fumbles and 3 interceptions as Martin overpowered the Indians in the season opener for both schools
Kevin Arnold was 3 for 18 with all 3 completions to Derek Moore for a total of 21 yards. Andy Newfer led Indian ball carriers with 31 yards in 8 attempts. Alex Doke added 27 yards in 7 carries.
The Cloud heads south again Friday to face Wyoming Lee as they hope to make it four straight over the Rebels before beginning conference play in their home opener against Lakeview.