Quinlan Ford loses at Anna 21-35

The Quinlan Ford Panthers lost Friday night 21-35 at Anna to the Coyotes.

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace commented the game was a “very disappointing loss.”

“Edgar went down on the third play of the game, and our guys kind of went flat,” Wallace said. He said Aguillon was certainly missed at defensive end in trying to stop the Coyotes’ running game.

Wallace said, “Because of this, we had to stunt more than usual and it kind of became a guessing game, and opened us up for them to hit a few big plays. Their defensive line dominated us and really slowed our running game. Couple that with two turnovers in the first half, and it is not a good recipe for success. We have to try and figure out a way to get back on track this week despite the injuries.”

The Coyotes were on the scoreboard first in the opening quarter with a 49-yard touchdown run. The PAT was not good.

The score after the first period was Quinlan 0, Anna 6.

Anna added a two-yards rushing TD for the first second-quarter score. The PAT was good, and the Coyotes led 0-13.

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