Archive - Sep 15, 2012
The noise increased rapidly from the south until I could make out a fire-engine-red Hughes 500 helicopter that flared out and settled on the tarmac at our small local airport.
The Mammoth Huskies showed plenty of improvement Friday night in Rosamond, but it wasn't enough to get them their first victory of the season.
Playing on the road for the second straight game, Mammoth lost, 35-13, dropping them to 0-4 for the season.
So far, the team has been outscored 190-52, but there's still plenty of football left.
Next up is Riverside Prep from Oro Grande, which comes to Mammoth's Gault/McClure Stadium for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
After undergoing three blowout losses in three weeks, any casual observer of the Mammoth Huskies football team might wonder why in the world would anyone show up to watch these guys play.
The answer is in two words:
Mammothâ€™s senior running back and defensive backfield defender is racking up prodigious numbers on the field, in spite of the Huskiesâ€™ humbling losses. Coach Marty Thompson, along with everybody else, is impressed, and says one of the main reasons for Wormhoudtâ€™s football prowess is in his ski racing.