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Tigers can’t hang at home

The Hayden High School football team turned the ball over on the opening kickoff, and after West Grand scored and kicked the ball back to the Tigers, the pattern repeated itself, with another turnover and score.

It was that kind of night for Hayden as it lost at home to West Grand, 54-6.

“We put ourselves in a hole right from the start,” Tigers’ coach Ryan Wilkie said. “We did some things well, but we need to focus on the fundamentals, on blocking and tackling.”



Garrett Camilletti scored the Tigers’ only touchdown early in the fourth quarter, running in from 13 yards, but the game was already out of hand.

The loss drops Hayden to 1-4. The squad is back in action at home Friday against Plateau Valley.

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