MCHS football team loses to Rifle on the road
October 21, 2011
The Bulldogs’ offense was held out of the end zone all night as MCHS
falls on the road, 48-6, in Rifle.
The Bears kicked a field goal in the fourth quarter to put the mercy
rule in effect forcing the clock to run non-stop for the remainder of
Moeller was taken out of the game to give the Rifle second-string offense a shot, but the junior still made an impact on defense, intercepting MCHS sophomore Brayden Peterson and returning it for a
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Rifle leads 45-6 after three quarters.
Moeller scored on the first play of the second quarter and the Rifle Bears extended their lead heading into the half, 33-6.
MCHS junior Jacob Teeter ran the ensuing kickoff 95 yards for the Bulldogs’ lone touchdown.
Missing quarterback Bubba Ivers, who sat out because of a shoulder injury, the Bulldogs have yet to score on Rifle and trail 19-0 after the first quarter.
Rifle running back Ryan Moeller has three rushing touchdowns for the Bears.