FAIRMOUNT, Ind. —
Workhorse Myers fumbled the pigskin away at the 2-yard line on the ensuing drive, and the Comets marched down field. Bates punched it in on the quarterback keeper from 1-yard out for the final score with 1:12 left in the game.
Argylls coach Criag Barr said this one game isn’t reason for his kids to hang their heads, especially since the heat took out three of their top players – including leading rusher Travis Rogers.
“We just didn’t execute things the way we wanted to. They ran a couple of routes – the bottom line, our kids weren’t as disciplined as they needed to be,” said the M-G coach. “We got beat on a couple of things that we should’ve been where they needed to be.
“That’s what we preach all summer,” he added. “It’s a learning scenario, and this does not keep us from any of our goals for the year. We’re still undefeated in the conference. We’ve got tournaments coming, and you know what, we’re still building, our kids are still learning and maybe we thought we’d accomplished something last week with a big win.”