Yotes howl in the end

Northern plays well in Tilleman Field, season debut

 

Last updated 8/30/2021 at 7:47am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Izayah Boss fights for yards during Saturday's Frontier Conference game against the No. 19 College of Idaho Yotes at Tilleman Field. The Lights fell to the Yotes in the first game with a full stadium in the history of Tilleman Field. For more coverage, see Page B3. More more photos, go to www.havredailynews.com.

Through three quarters of Saturday's game at Tilleman Field, the Montana State University-Northern football team kept pace with College of Idaho, the 19th-ranked team in the nation. Heading to the fourth quarter, the Lights only trailed the Coyotes 21-14.

Early in the fourth, the Lights got the ball at their own 20-yard line and were looking to tie the game. Unfortunately, quarterback Kaymen Cureton's pass bounced off his receiver's hands and was intercepted by C of I cornerback Isaiah Abdul, who returned the ball to the Northern three-yard line. Two plays later, Nick Calzaretta ran the b...



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