Borden County finishes six-man football season 15-0 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/12/09

Borden County finishes six-man football season 15-0

ABILENE (KCBD) – In the lowest scoring Six-man Championship game in Texas history, the Borden County Coyotes clinched their second title in a row beating Roscoe Highland Saturday afternoon, 28-14.  Borden County led 12-8 at halftime after a 26 yd field goal by Flynn Chapman and remained in the lead for the rest of the second half.

Borden County was led defensively by Tony Soto, who intercepted Highland's Jordan Basye twice, including returning one for a touchdown in the second quarter that led to the Coyotes first lead of the game at 8-0.

Borden County finishes the season 15-0, undefeated for the second season in a row, and graduates six players.

 

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