Football drops game to Tigers

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Junior Isaiah Stiverson shoves off a Fenton defender in a 35-13 loss to the Tigers on Saturday, Sept. 28. The teams played the game on over two days due to lightning delays on Friday, Sept. 27.

Junior Isaiah Stiverson shoves off a Fenton defender in a 35-13 loss to the Tigers on Saturday, Sept. 28. The teams played the game on over two days due to lightning delays on Friday, Sept. 27.

IMAGE / Mackenzie Atkinson

Junior Isaiah Stiverson shoves off a Fenton defender in a 35-13 loss to the Tigers on Saturday, Sept. 28. The teams played the game on over two days due to lightning delays on Friday, Sept. 27.

IMAGE / Mackenzie Atkinson

IMAGE / Mackenzie Atkinson

Junior Isaiah Stiverson shoves off a Fenton defender in a 35-13 loss to the Tigers on Saturday, Sept. 28. The teams played the game on over two days due to lightning delays on Friday, Sept. 27.

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The football team lost its first game of the season 35-13 against Fenton on Friday, Sept. 27, in a matchup split over two days due to lightning delays.

The Hornets were stopped in the red zone on their first possession but a timely fumble recovery by senior Ashtyn Cohoon gave Kearsley a shot at redemption.

Junior Isaiah Stiverson scored the first touchdown of the game with 5:52 in the first quarter, catching a pass from junior Braylon Silvas. The Hornets led 7-0 after a good point-after kick by senior Ethan Livingston.

Fenton scored two unanswered rushing touchdowns before the first half ended, taking a 14-7 lead before lightning strikes postponed the second half until 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Scoring two touchdowns in the air, the Tigers gained a 28-7 lead at the end of the third quarter.

IMAGE / Mackenzie Atkinson
Junior Jace Chapman scans the field as a Fenton defender looks to make a tackle. The Hornets lost the game 35-13 between Friday, Sept. 27, and Saturday, Sept. 28.

The Hornets swarmed back to score a touchdown less than a minute into the fourth quarter when sophomore Kodie Josling, quarterback, pitched the ball to junior Jace Chapman who threw it to Livingston.

A rushing touchdown with 5:20 left in the game put Fenton up 35-13.

The Hornets played Silvas and Josling at quarterback during the game, and the duo went 20-27 with 296 yards.

Generating more total offense than Fenton, the Hornets couldn’t capitalize on their chances throughout the game.

With a record of 4-1, Kearsley is second in the Metro League’s stripes division behind the Tigers.

Visiting Holly next week, the Hornets will look to recover against the Bronchos.

The Bronchos have not won a Metro League game this season.

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