2009-10-08 / Local & State

Cowboys Win Fulton County’s First Night Football Game


A huge crowd estimated at approximately 400 people turned out Saturday night to take in Fulton County’s first-ever night football game. The hometown Cowboys did not disappoint, putting another notch in their gun belts with a 25-6 win over the visiting Huntingdon Raiders. The win raises the Cowboys’ record to 2-4 on the season, just the second full season since youth football was reorganized in Fulton County. The Cowboys are off with a bye this week, then advance to the playoffs. The playoff schedule is as yet undetermined. Details will be posted in next week’s spor ts section, if available, and online at www.leaguelineup.com/fccowboys. A huge crowd estimated at approximately 400 people turned out Saturday night to take in Fulton County’s first-ever night football game. The hometown Cowboys did not disappoint, putting another notch in their gun belts with a 25-6 win over the visiting Huntingdon Raiders. The win raises the Cowboys’ record to 2-4 on the season, just the second full season since youth football was reorganized in Fulton County. The Cowboys are off with a bye this week, then advance to the playoffs. The playoff schedule is as yet undetermined. Details will be posted in next week’s spor ts section, if available, and online at www.leaguelineup.com/fccowboys.

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