Piper defeats Basehor-Linwood High School
Basehor-Linwood committed seven turnovers, including five in the first 14 plays, as the team fell to Piper 34-14 on Thursday night.
The Bobcats appeared headed for prosperity as a Tyler Miles sack caused a fumble that Swede Johnson returned for a touchdown on the third play of the game.
After the Bobcats forced a punt on the next series, the team threw an interception, which Piper was eventually able to capatalize on for a touchdown.
Piper receiver Nick Jones scored on two big passing plays, and the damage was done.
"It was a very disappointing performance," coach Steve Hopkins said.
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