Clarksville gets late scores in homecoming loss

Clarksville’s Drew Kromminga picks up Seth Lane to celebrate his touchdown on Friday night. (Kristi Nixon photo)

CLARKSVILLE – Riceville showed it is not only a good football team, but are good sports, too, as it allowed a couple of late scores, one by the Indians’ rotating team captain with less than a minute to go on Friday, Sept. 29.

The Wildcats, already leading 44-0 at halftime and the game well in hand, gave up touchdown runs by Sterling Kroeze and then Seth Lane, the last coming with 48 seconds to go and a roar of approval from the Indians’ fans in the 56-12 loss.

It was a reward for Lane and his hard work and play, according to Clarksville first-year head coach Adam Anthony. He was given a wide-open lane by the Indians’ line and went from 20 yards out and then scored the two-point conversion.

“So, against West Central Maynard he (Lane) made a great tackle, and we have captain of the week,” Anthony said....

The full story appears in the Oct. 5 print edition of the Clarksville Star.