November 30, 2022

Beaver football preparing with something to prove

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Injuries throughout the season derailed what was looking to be a promising year in 2021. After starting out 3-1, the Beavers dropped four of their final five games, en route to their first sub-.500 season since 1986.

The 2022 Scott City team feels like they have a lot to prove, with several starters returning on both sides of the ball. 

This year, the Beavers are learning a new offensive system in hopes to fit their personnel better.

Scott City will only have three home games this year, and have four different schools on their schedule from 2021. Two of the games will be out of state games, one is a former league opponent, TMP-Marian, and the other new team is GWAC member Hugoton. This year’s district schedule will feature just four games and five teams total, down from six teams since 2018.

Jim Turner enters his seventh season as the Scott City head coach, and is assisted by Landon Frank, Brian Gentry, Todd Richardson, Michael McEachern, Derek Brau, and Colborn Couchman.

Scott City opens their season September 2 at home against Cimarron.

Schedule (varsity only)
September 2 Cimarron
September 9 @ Wray, Co.
September 16 @ Millwood, Ok.
September 23 @ TMP-Marian
September 30 Hugoton
October 7 vs Holcomb (at Garden City CC)
October 14 Goodland
October 21 @ Colby 
October 28 Week 9 Playoff game

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