Pirates bitten by Bulldogs, look to right the ship against Cortez for homecoming

Photo courtesy Stacey Barker
Pirate Justin Baxstrom fights through multiple No. 4 Moffat County Bulldogs during a Sept 28 faceoff between the two teams. The No. 18 Pirates ultimately lost a close one to Moffat County 21-16 and will look to gain a homecoming win against the No. 33 Montezuma-Cortez Panthers tomorrow night at 7 p.m.

Late mistakes and turnovers were once again the downfall for the No. 18 Pagosa Springs High School Pirate football team against the No. 4 Moffat County Bulldogs as the team lost its second straight game 21-16.

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Photo courtesy Stacey Barker
Paden Bailey finds some daylight in the Moffat County Bulldog defense on Sept 28. The Pirates fell to the Bulldogs 21-16, but will look to stop its two-game losing streak at home tomorrow night against Cortez with kickoff set for 7 p.m.

This story was posted on October 3, 2019.