Le Mars opened up the 2021 football season on Friday night dropping a 36-7 decision to the fifth-ranked Sergeant Bluff-Luton Warriors. The Warriors put up 33 unanswered points in the first half and finished the game with 365 yards of total offense.
Le Mars Head Coach, Ken Vigdal, says that it is games like these that are helpful for his coaching staff to diagnose problems that need to be fixed.
One of those problems that the Bulldogs will look to fix is getting the most out of their offensive possessions.
The Bulldogs were able to break off a drive at the end of the game that totaled 15 plays, 96 yards, and ended with a six-yard touchdown run from quarterback Tyler Iverson. Coach Vigdal says that his team was a much different team coming out of the locker room after halftime.
The Bulldogs now focus on next week where Coach Vigdal and his staff will look to add on to what his team is capable of doing on the gridiron.
The Bulldogs return home to Jim Lorenzen field on Friday night hosting the Bishop Heelan Crusaders.