GALT — At one point in the second quarter of Friday’s Sierra Valley Conference game at Erv Hatzenbuhler Field, the Union Mine football team was on Liberty Ranch’s toes.
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Diamondback quarterback Scott McIntyre scored on a 6-yard run with 6:39 left in the quarter to cut the Hawks’ lead to 28-6. But the night belonged to Liberty Ranch as it scored two more touchdowns before halftime and kept flying in the second half with another two to register the 54-6 Sierra Valley Conference win.
Union Mine (0-7, 0-3) couldn’t contain Liberty Ranch (4-3, 2-1) signal caller Jacob Tibbetts, who completed 10-of-12 passes for 144 yards.
The D’backs have the bye week and return to action Friday, Oct. 19 when they take on Galt.