By Harley Long Posted October 31, 2011
On September 29, the Lowry Bucks went out under the lights on their own turf and played another hard-hitting game. Despite the 90-minute weather break for lightning, the Buckaroos still came out on top winning the game over Sparks, 59-10 and still holding onto its undefeated streak.
Jace Billingsley and Johnny Hernandez scored the first two touchdowns of the game during the first quarter. To keep the score up after every touchdown, Taylor Martin kicked outstanding field goals.
Jace Billingsley scored the first touchdown of the game within the first 10 minutes. After that, the game was delayed for a little over an hour for lightning. When the game resumed Lowry scored three touchdowns without letting Sparks stand in their way, with an interception by Calvin Connors.
During the game, Trystan Blouir said, “I think we are playing really great. Everything is just clicking into place.” Right after Blouir rejoiced in his teams’ chemistry as Bret Hammon scored the final touchdown of the game.