It was a big night for Warrior lineman Ronnie Nelson, who scored his first touchdown last Friday at Mullan as his team put up its third-highest point total of the season.

Kootenai was unable to overcome its early deficit, as the Tigers put up four touchdowns in the first quarter and handed the Warriors a 26-52 loss.

“We didn’t win, but had some great plays,” Coach Jake Pfeiffer said. “The first half we struggled to get points on the board, but in the second half we were able to put some good series together.”

Up Next: The Warriors (0-7, 0-3 NSL) host Clark Fork (5-2, 1-2 NSL) Friday in their season finale. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. on Harrison Flats.

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