RAZORBACKS FALTER LATE IN LOSS TO SCOTLAND
Menno/Marion had opportunities in the second half to make key plays, including late in the fourth quarter, but did not execute at critical times and unded up one touchdown short in a 24-18 loss to Scotland in Scotland Friday night, Sept. 25.
Last week was suppose to be a bye week for the Razorbacks, but the Scotland game was scheduled after Menno/Marion’s Sept. 18 game against Baltic was canceled because of COVID-19. The Razorbacks played without student-athletes from Marion.
“I was proud of those guys who stepped in and willingly filled new and different roles and gave their max effort to compete and play,” head coach Austin Unruh said. “Obviously the result of the game was not what we had in mind, and I think that we missed an opportunity to pick up a key win.
“We had the opportunity to seal the game in the fourth quarter and were careless with the ball. We again let a 4th quarter lead slip in the final minute of the game.”
Treyton Sayler ran for the Razorbacks’ two touchdowns and had 72 yards. Josh Heckenlaible had 79 yards rushing. Menno/Marion, which fell to 1-4, hosts Platte-Geddes in Marion Friday night.