The Alliance Bulldogs are thrilled, coming off of their first win of the football season, claiming an overtime victory against Brush, Colo., with a final score of 21-14.
Coach Chris Seebohm said the team is excited, noting that they played very well on Friday night.
“Our guys are really excited after the win on Friday. It was a great win on the road, knowing we had to come from behind and win in overtime. I thought Coach Lambert called a great game defensively for us, and Bradyn Palmer had another great game at defensive end for us. He had twelve solo tackles, three assists, two sacks, two pass deflections, and one QB hurry. It was a great individual effort on his part,” said Seebohm.
The Bulldogs performed well offensively, Seebohm noted. He explained that quarterback Trevor DuBray is becoming more comfortable as the season progresses.
“We played well on both sides of the ball,” Seebohm said. “Trevor ran the ball well when our receivers were covered, so it's great to see him getting more comfortable in the pocket.”
Seebohm said the Bulldogs will face a tough challenge against Chase County Friday night. He said the team is excited to play at home, however, and is working hard in practice this week.