In what looked like both teams trying to give a game away, the Stanley County Buffaloes did just enough, and picked up their first victory of the season—26-14 over Sully Buttes on Homecoming night in Onida.
The Buffaloes used their playmakers to strike whenever Sully Buttes was able to muster a score, and it helped Stanley County push it’s record to 1-3, while the Chargers dropped to 2-2—their second consecutive loss against a Class 9AA opponent.
The Chargers coughed the ball up to the tune of two interceptions and two fumbles, while Stanley County had two fumbles and one interception on the night.
Both teams surprisingly had comparable offensive output—273 total yards for Stanley County, while Sully Buttes ended it’s night with 231 yards rushing and passing.
Next up for the Chargers is a road contest Friday afternoon at Sunshine Bible Academy, while the Buffaloes will face the Potter County Battlers at Ole Williamson Field.