Cowpunchers blank Harper 67-0

  • Former Billies teammates, Mason assistant coach, Jay (Moe) Immel and Harper head coach, Chad (Moose) Zenner met Friday evening for a pre-game reunion. Zenner, who was the starting center for the Billies in the 2000’s and Immel, starting quarterback, talked about the center-eligible trick play the “goose and go” they ran in high school.— Photo by Lindy Segall
    Former Billies teammates, Mason assistant coach, Jay (Moe) Immel and Harper head coach, Chad (Moose) Zenner met Friday evening for a pre-game reunion. Zenner, who was the starting center for the Billies in the 2000’s and Immel, starting quarterback, talked about the center-eligible trick play the “goose and go” they ran in high school.— Photo by Lindy Segall
  • Harper’s Joel Helfrich adds yards after his reception from Braden Strickland. — Photo by Lindy Segall
    Harper’s Joel Helfrich adds yards after his reception from Braden Strickland. — Photo by Lindy Segall
  • Cowpunchers blank Harper 67-0
    Cowpunchers blank Harper 67-0
After a slow start in their first four non-district games, the Mason Punchers put it all together for their Homecoming crowd on Friday. They came out fast and hard in their 67-0 win over District 14-2A competition Harper. “Mason is a good team — well coached and highly-disciplined — in all phases of the game. They never let up, but we never quit,” Head Coach Chad Zenner said after the game. “I…

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