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Wildcats End Season with 57-12 Loss To No. 2 Belt

 

October 12, 2022

Harlem Head Coach Trenton Woodward and Assistant Coach Tony Blue-Gamble address Seniors Clay Adams, Chantry Jorgenson, Charlie Calvert and Even Doney prior to the start of the Wildcats home contest with the Fort Benton Longhorns. Woodward and his staff were pleased with job the group did in laying the first brick in a new foundation being built by the football program.

The Harlem Wildcat football team concluded its season this past Friday in Belt as they fell to the No. 2 Huskies 57-12. The season concluded with Harlem picking up wins over Poplar to start the season and a Homecoming Win over Rocky Boy capping off a fun filled week.

The Wildcats finished the season with a 2-5 record overall. For some it may be difficult to find the silver lining in a season like this but there were plenty of good things that happened to the Wildcats this fall.

Harlem was a very freshman heavy young team this fall. Everything those young kids went through this season. All...



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