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A4 SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 II BY CAYSI JOHNSON The Eagles kicked off the 2019 season on a beautiful Au- gust evening with a game against the Havre Blue Ponies. The home stands were packed with excited and passionate fans. Although the Ea- gles made some good plays in the first half, they really shined in the second. The first quarter kicked off after the Havre Blue Ponies scored the first points of the game running the ball from the 15-yard line and landing the extra point. Once the Eagles gained control of the ball, they ran some quality plays where they gained multiple first downs. One of the first big plays of the night in- cluded quarterback Cooper McGloth- lin launching the ball over 30 yards to wide receiver Jax- son Franklin. After a few more plays, the Eagles landed on the one-yard line. Run- ning back Jett Jones received the ball from McGlothlin and pushed through the Blue Ponies defen- sive line for Sidney's first score of the game bringing the score 6-7 after an attempted two point conversion. Beginning the sec- ond quarter with a major play from de- fensive back Carter Johnson, the Eagles showcased their turn- over skills. Johnson intercepted a Blue Ponies throw to the end zone and brought it down to the 33- yard line. The crowd roared and the Eagles sideline helped push Johnson to run past Blue Ponies offensive PHOTO BY PAM MCGLOTHL N Sidney Eagle Cooper McGIothlin, senior quarterback, goes for the carry during the first football game of the 2019-20 season on the Eagle's home turf against the Havre Blue Ponies. Final score had the flock on top, 18-14. line with screams of encouragement. The Blue Ponies however managed to fight back with a touchdown in the last 25 seconds of the quarter and success- ful one-point attempt. The score then be- came 6-14. However, the Eagles weren't done yet. STAY ;AFE THIS LABOR DAY WEEKEND! Our, trained specialists will replace or repair your car's windshield quickly, carefully, and affordably. Call the Auto Glass x Derts! Auto Qlasll Need A Mew 406-482-1544 710W, Holly Sidney, MT .~J Major Cteddt Cazds Accepted CLEANING PRODUCTS For Stainless Steel & Glass ,t, ont nterprises, Inc, I Wholesale Dis~ibutors [608 E. Main St. Sidney 433-2910 IN We can help with your new home purchase or refinence! Janet Sergent " ~ ~=:~ o~o~ Real Estate Loan Officer NMLSID #525727 201 West Holly St. Sidney, MT 406-482-2704 Make us your when you vote for your favorite body shop in Richland County! With the Eagles last offensive attempt of the quarter, Sidney makes a huge first down with 13 seconds left of the half bring- ing them to the 40- yard line. The final play of the half was a game altering touch- down pass to Jaxson Franklin with zero seconds left on the clock bringing the score to 12-14 after an attempted two-point conversion. Havre resumed pos- session in the second half, however their second play results in a fumble recov- ered by the Eagles. Eagles make good on the turnover as run- ning back Riley Wa- ters runs in for 6 with three minutes into the third quarter. The two-point conversion is no good making the score 18-!4, placing the Eagles in the lead for the first time in the game. The final quarter featured a late game drive by Havre and ended by an inter- ception from Jax- son Franklin in the end zone. Havre's final attempt to score was ended by a huge fourth-and-1 stop with 1:12 left in the game. QB McGlothlin knelt to run out the, securing Eagles the win 18 - 14. The Sidney Ea- gles next game will be away on Sept. 7 against Livingston. Sidney Fire Department Aug.26 - False Alarm on 3rd st, NW Aug 27 - Lilt assist on 10 Ave SW EClRW IlUlgltmNA CIWS$ CO811TEY SEP 6 - HIGH SCHOOL @4 PM IN HARDIN SEP 6 - MIDDLE SCHOOL @4 PM IN GLASGOW FOOI']U]~ e SEP 7 - VARSITY HIGH SCHOOL VS PARK @ 4PM IN MILES CITY e SEP 7 - 7TH GRADE VS WILLISTON @ lOAM IN WILLISTON SEP 7 - 8TH GRADE VS WILLISTON @ 1 I:30 AM IN WILLISTON OM.EItBaIJ, SEP 6-7 - HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY IN CODY, WY SEP 10 - HOMECOMING F/JV/V @ 4/5:30/7 PM IN SIDNEY SEP 6- VARSITY HIG!! sc!;!OOL @ 9 AM IN HARDIN e e ~e COMPANIES 00000000000000000000000000000 Now Hiring I Drive Your Career Forward CDL-A Drivers We offergood-paying, easy, safety-focused driving that gets you home every day 5TO 10 5:30-6:15 ::/:: B EGIN N IN G & Ages 11 to 16 6!3'0 Y!30 ',' LoaderlOperatorsWork with drivers and Project Managers to ensure properoperation of pile sites Maintenance Techs Applicants with tractor/ trailer experience are encouraged to apply to our innovative and safety-focused shops MS Drive Local we are your Sloryl The Herald App is now available in your App store - 3PM