The Crocus Plainsmen had their worst performance of the Winnipeg High School Football League Kas Vidruk (AA) Division season on Friday night in Winnipeg.
League-leading rusher Victor St. Pierre was held to a measly three rushing yards on seven attempts as the Plainsmen (4-2) fell 36-0 to the host Garden City Fighting Gophers (4-2).
“It was a piss-poor display by a team that didn’t practise,” Plainsmen head coach Kevin Boyd said. “We had 16 people at most at practice (this week).”
Shea Godfrey led Crocus’ offence with 15 rushing yards, while Lucas Neil-Woods added seven.
Jordan Knott led the Plainsmen defence with nine tackles, while Steven Siebrecht added eight and one sack. Tyler Ingraham had four tackles and a pair of sacks.
The loss drops Crocus into a massive logjam for first place, which also includes the Neelin Spartans.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition October 12, 2013