Roping up hope: Cowboys never quit despite tough times, winless season

Plateau Valley head football coach Dave Bristol addresses his team during halftime of their Oct. 20 home game against Nucla. After taking an 8-0 lead after one quarter, the Cowboys trailed 54-16 at the half. At least the Cowboys scored some points. They had been shut out in their previous five games.



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Plateau Valley head football coach Dave Bristol addresses his team during halftime of their Oct. 20 home game against Nucla. After taking an 8-0 lead after one quarter, the Cowboys trailed 54-16 at the half. At least the Cowboys scored some points. They had been shut out in their previous five games.

The scores aren’t pretty: 36-8; 62-0; 63-0; 
62-0; 46-0; 57-0 and 70-16. It would be tough enough to be on the losing end of one of them. For Plateau Valley High School’s…




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