Football: After overtime loss to Madras, Huskies focus on cleaning up act at Molalla


September 7, 2022

Sean C. Morgan

Sweet Home quarterback Heath Nichol fights for yardage against Madras defenders.

After a topsy-turvy 26-20 overtime loss to Madras last week in their season opener, Sweet Home is looking to right the ship this week as they take the road for another non-league game, this time against Molalla.

Like the Huskies, the Indians will also be looking for their first win of the year, as they dropped their opening night game at Stayton, losing 36-8.

"I think Molalla's a pretty good football team," Sweet Home Head Coach Ryan Adams said. "I don't think the score really did them justice with how their game went Friday. They had quite a few opportunities in the red zone to score that...

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