Mountain Cats victorious on Alberton’s 100th Homecoming

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  • STUDENTS ENJOY a float Friday during the homecoming parade for Alberton. (Courtesy photo)

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    MEMBERS OF the Alberton-Superior Homecoming Court Friday. The home team rolled to a 56-38 win over Thompson Falls. (Courtesy photo)

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    THE ALBERTON SUPERIOR High School football team beat Thompson Falls, 56-38, Friday night on Homecoming. The win helped celebrate Alberton's 100th anniversary. (Courtesy photo)

  • STUDENTS ENJOY a float Friday during the homecoming parade for Alberton. (Courtesy photo)

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    MEMBERS OF the Alberton-Superior Homecoming Court Friday. The home team rolled to a 56-38 win over Thompson Falls. (Courtesy photo)

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    THE ALBERTON SUPERIOR High School football team beat Thompson Falls, 56-38, Friday night on Homecoming. The win helped celebrate Alberton's 100th anniversary. (Courtesy photo)

The Clark Fork (Alberton-Superior) Mountain Cats celebrated Alberton’s 100th Homecoming with a 56-38 win over Thompson Falls Friday.

Quarterback Bryan Mask had a big game for the Mountain Cats as they stayed undefeated. He threw six touchdown passes, two conversions and ran for two scores.

Jake Callaway and Kyler Francis each caught two touchdown passes from Mask while Isaiah Kovalsky and Hewston Coon each had one TD catch.

The Mountain Cats led 32-22 at halftime before trading touchdowns with Thompson Falls to open the third quarter.

Clark Fork then pulled aways as Mask threw a 17-yard TD pass to Francis and then ran for a 1-yard score to make it 50-30.

Trey Green had two 2-point conversion runs.

For Thompson Falls, quarterback Trey Fisher ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more scores. Fisher also ran for a 2-point conversion and threw for one.

Dakota Irvine caught a 23-yard scoring pass while Lucas Anderson hit paydirt on a 14-yard catch.

Clark Fork 56,

Thompson Falls 38

Scoring Summary

CF — Jake Callaway 5 pass from Bryan Mask (Trey Green run)

TFS — Trey Fisher 34 run (Dakota Irvine pass from Trey Fisher)

CF — Kyler Francis 13 pass from Bryan Mask (Isaiah Kovalsky pass from Bryan Mask)

TFS — Dakota Irvine 23 pass from Trey Fisher (pass failed)

CF — Bryan Mask 1 run (Trey Green pass from Bryan Mask)

CF — Jake Callaway 13 pass from Bryan Mask (Trey Green run)

TFS — Trey Fisher 42 run (Trey Fisher run)

CF — Isaiah Kovalsky 25 pass from Bryan Mask (run failed)

TFS — Lucas Anderson 14 pass from Trey Fisher (Trey Fisher run)

CF — Kyler Francis 17 pass from Bryan Mask (pass failed)

CF — Bryan Mask 1 run (pass failed)

TFS — Trey Fisher 2 run (pass failed)

CF — Hewston Coon 21 pass from Bryan Mask (run failed)

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