Fulton County Cowboys Results
SH White Tops FC Silver
FC Silver played host to SH White in the first game Sunday at Lions Club Park. White topped Silver by a 46- 12 final. Payton Kendall scored two rushing touchdowns for the Cowboys.
White Cowboys shut out SH Green
Fulton County Cowboys White flag team shut out visiting SH Green in the second game at Lions Club Park this Sunday. The Cowboys jumped to the lead on the first drive as Parker Gearhart rushed for a touchdown. Gearhart followed with another rushing touchdown, followed by a twopoint conversion toss from Lucas Falkosky to Adam Souders. The Cowboys added their final score on a pass from Falkosky to Gearhart, completing the scoring for the day.
Eagles soar past Cowboys
The Fulton County Cowboys’ second-half season slide continued, dropping the final regular season game by a 25-7 final to the Juniata Valley Eagles team they had defeated in week one.
The Cowboy offense showed signs of regaining their rhythm this week. Scoring for the first time in three weeks on a pass from QB Chase Novack to Quentin Miller at the end of the first half, the offense found ways to move the ball throughout the game. Novack spread the ball to Aaron Schepis, Owen Hawkins and Cole Plessinger, but the drives were not able to reach the end zone.
The loss drops the Cowboys to 3-4 on the season. Playoffs being on October 16, with the game time and opponent to be determined after the completion of Saturday’’ s action.
Eagles sprint past JV Cowboys
Fulton County’s JV Cowboys dropped their final regular season game of the season, falling 18-8 to the Juniata Valley Eagles.
Juniata Valley sprinted to an early 18-0 lead behind three rushing touchdowns. The Cowboy defense stuffed the PAT attempts, using a Grayson Hall interception, Reese Gearhart tackle and Weston Brunner hit on the quarterback to disrupt the plays.
Following a Cowboy punt in the second quarter, the Eagles were stuffed on two short runs. They took to the air on third down, only to be intercepted by the Cowboys’ Kole Kendall. Kendall returned the pick for a touchdown. The PAT failed, but the Cowboys were back in the game at 18-6.
The Cowboys started the second half with the ball, but were unable to produce a drive. A Cowboy punt pinned the Eagles inside their own five-yard line. Schepis and Aurora Webber nailed the Eagle quarterback for a safety on first down, pulling the Cowboys to within 18-8 as they received the free kick.
Lucas McClain fielded the kick and returned it to the Eagle 26-yard line. Two false-start penalties put the Cowboys in a third-and-seventeen situation when Bryce Kylor appeared to break a long touchdown run off the left side. A holding call cancelled the score, eventually leading to another Cowboy punt.
The Cowboy defense dug in and forced a turnover-ondowns. Following two first downs, the Cowboys sprung a reverse for another apparent Kylor touchdown, only to have the score again cancelled by a holding penalty. The call stalled the Cowboy drive, eventually leading to a turnover-on-downs just before time expired in the fourth quarter.