Brookings edges Douglas, 19-18
WINSTON — The Douglas football team fell in a heartbreaking 19-18 loss to the Bruins of Brookings-Harbor on Friday in a Special District 2 South game.
The Bruins scored with just over two minutes left in the game to tie and a successful PAT put the game away.
Junior Trevor Kostic had 130 yards and a touchdown on the ground to lead the offensive effort for the Trojans (0-6, 0-2 District 2 South). Quarterback Noah Burke was 8 of 19 passing for 148 yards and a touchdown. The Trojans’ defense was led by seniors Kolby Lavin-William and Trent Avery, who had 15 and 12 tackles apiece.
Brookings took the final lead of the contest in the fourth quarter on a 10-yard touchdown reception by Derek Bonde that was followed by an Andrew Burger kick.
Douglas coach Silia Polamalu was complimentary of his team and its effort and said that the contest “was a real good back and forth game. We just made one or two more mistakes than them.”
Douglas continues league play next Friday, visiting Cascade Christian.
D — Kostic 5 run (run failed)
BH — 30 interception return (kick failed)
BH — Aremtrout 7 interception return (run failed)
D — Kostic 65 pass from N. Burke (kick failed)
D — N. Burke 1 run (pass failed)
BH — Bonde 10 pass (Burger kick)