Tigerhawks lose big at home to Cardinals
COLFAX — Despite what Colfax-Mingo coach Jeff Lietz saw as a fairly even matchup heading in to Friday’s game against Central Decatur, the misfortune continued for the Tigerhawks as they dropped another tough game at home, 58-16.
C-M was bitten by the injury bug early in the game, when sophomore quarterback Jared Myers suffered a knee injury on the second offensive play, limiting the usual dual-threat to sitting in the pocket and making throws.
“We have really been struggling with some injuries lately,” Lietz said. “We’re not a terribly deep team, and we have had some issues with concussions and things like that lately. But we can’t use that as an excuse. We preach ‘next man up’ and our guys know that those are things you’re just going to have to deal with in football.”
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