OSWEGO — Undefeated Sedan steamrolled over Oswego 60-8 in a game that ended after two quarters Friday night.
“We had our opportunities. We didn’t take advantage of them. And when you don’t take advantage of opportunities against such a great time like Sedan, you’re not going to be in the game very long,” Oswego head coach Matt Fowler said.
Junior Levi George scored the sole touchdown for Oswego right before the game ended at halftime because of the mercy rule in 8-Man football.
Senior Jesse Blumer converted the 2-point conversion with a run for Oswego.
For Sedan, senior quarterback Brec Long lit up the field against Oswego, scoring seven of the team’s eight touchdowns either by rushing or passing strikes.
Oswego accumulated 90 rushing yards and 13 passing yards in the loss.
“I believe we battled hard; we fought,” Fowler said. “But we made too many mistakes, critical mistakes when we had our opportunities.”
Sedan tallied 181 rushing yards and 79 passing yards.
Friday’s game was the first home game for Oswego this season. It was also homecoming and senior night. Oswego spent the first month of the season on the road due to field conditions.
“Good to be at home. Our fans, we sure appreciate the support,” Fowler said. “They were great tonight.”
Oswego (2-3) takes on Marmaton Valley next Friday. Fowler said the team will continue to do what it always does, practice skills to improve.
“Just get up, and just get back to work, and just keep working harder,” he said.