Created on Monday, 29 October 2012 Written by MATT HAMMOND
RIVERSIDE — Bellefontaine’s offense sputtered in the mud here Friday as a difficult season ended with another dose of disappointment.
Stebbins’ Jared Brumfield tries to outrun the Bellefontaine defense during Friday’s game in Riverside. Brumfield scored both touchdowns for the Indians. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MATT HAMMOND)
The Chiefs mustered just 188 yards of offense as host Stebbins churned out a 12-7 victory in a Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail division football game.
Bellefontaine finishes its season with a 1-8 overall record and an 0-5 mark in the CBC KT.
Friday’s contest marked the first time Stebbins won a Kenton Trail division game. It moved into the KT division in 2007. The Indians ended their campaign at 3-7, 1-4.
“I feel bad for our seniors,” said BHS head coach Chris Schmidt. “When I try to think of a word to describe them, I think of perseverance. That class kind of thinned itself out over the years, but the guys that stuck around continued to work hard and they battled. I wish we could have sent them out on a better note.”
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