The Kansas Comets met their match when they traveled to meet the Adair Warriors on Thursday, Oct. 18.
The Warriors were on a strong winning streak having won their last four games and they were determined to make it five.
Adair came out of the gate swinging as they clocked 16 points in the first quarter, leaving the Comets holding the bag.
The second quarter turned out to be more of the first.
They scored an additional 24 points while Kansas scrambled to get their legs underneath them.
The first half ended with Kansas 0, Adair 40
The Comets have always been a team that keeps on fighting and as they went into the third quarter, they went in fighting.
They held the Warriors to only six points, while putting their own six points on the board.
The Comets defense was able to bring pressure against the Warrior offense with two different interceptions made by Alek Hogshooter #4 and William Hall #21.
Warriors weren’t able to add any more points in the fourth quarter, while the Comets were able to post six more points.
The final score ended with Kansas 12, Adair 46.
Chance Kolysko #16 led the team with 3 tackles and 8 assists.
Overall, the Comets were able to acquire 197 rushing yards with 26 passing yards, added in.
Kansas Comets meet the Metro Christian Patriots at home on October 26.
Metro Christian arrives with a 7 -1 record, so the Comets have their work cut out for them, again.
Of course, being a home game for the Comets, the fans are an added weapon for them and the team is counting on that.