The Cut Bank Wolves dropped to 0-4 on the year with a 46-0 drubbing at the hands of the Glasgow Scotties. The local gridders normally stingy defense gave up 24 points in the opening quarter and the offense never got rolling in the defeat. The Wolves will look to pick up their first win of the season when they travel to Conrad this Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
In Glasgow last Friday the Scotties returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown that set the tone for the night. A two-point conversion gave the Scotties an 8-0 lead with just 11 seconds gone in the quarter. A Cut Bank turnover gave Glasgow the ball back and the Scotties found the end zone for a second time with just over one minute gone in the game. Glasgow scored once more to take the 24-0 lead after one.
Neither team scored in the second stanza and the Scotties kept the 24-point advantage at the half.
Glasgow scored once in the third to push the lead to 32-0 going into the final stanza. The Scotties hit the pay dirt twice in the final 12 minutes to take the 46-0 victory.
The Wolves were outgained offensively 262-151 and ran just four fewer plays than the Scotties but Cut Bank had four turnovers in the game that stalled drives and gave Glasgow good field position.
Bauer Seewald completed five of 17 passes for 64 yards led by a 30-yard pass to Andrew Andersen. Stephon McGillis caught two passes for 16 yards while Cody Racki hauled in a pass for 14 yards. Seewald also had two interceptions.
Colten Barsness led the ground game with 64 yards on 12 carries followed by Hayden Hedges with 24 yards on eight carries.
Andersen led the defense with six solo tackles, including a sack and two tackles for loss. Kobe Whitford had five solo tackles and two for loss while Hedges, Devris Fey and Dillon Gray each had three solo tackles in the loss.
The Wolves will turn their focus to the Conrad Cowboys who are 1-3 on the season and coming off of a lopsided loss at the hands of the Fairfield Eagles.