Vikings lose hard-fought playoff game
ENNIS— The Charlo Vikings lost their first-round playoff game Saturday to the Ennis Mustangs by a score of 44-30. While the score may a look a bit lop-sided, Vikings head coach Mike Krahn said it was a dogfight and a hard-fought football game.
The Vikings were ahead by a score of 8 to 6 early on in the game, but a four-touchdown second quarter put Ennis ahead going into halftime.
“We clawed our way back out. With four minutes left, we had it tied 30 to 30,” Krahn said.
Charlo had the ball and was driving, but fumbled and Ennis scored on the resulting possession.
“Our kids played hard,” Krahn said. “I was really pleased with our seniors. It’s always tough to replace seniors because of their leadership and experience. We’ll miss all three of our seniors.”
Krahn called seniors Tra Ludeman “a great leader,” Webb O’Neill “impossible to replace,” and said Cody Kobilansky had “a huge heart.”