Backup quarterback Easton. Moore passing vs. Siuslaw.photo by Jerry Baldock
Backup quarterback Easton. Moore passing vs. Siuslaw.photo by Jerry Baldock
Sisters was clobbered by the Vikings at the new Caldera High School on Friday, September 17, and in the end suffered a devastating 0-50 loss. Caldera, the No. 2 ranked team in the state, was just too much for the young Sisters team to handle.

At the close of the first quarter the Outlaws trailed 0-22 and by the half they were down 0-43. With the help of a running clock, the Vikings only scored seven points in the final two quarters. The Outlaws did threaten to score, but time ran out on the clock.

Caldera played at a completely different level, and the Outlaws were just undersized and overpowered by the tough Vikings squad.

Sisters will play Santiam Christian High School in Corvallis on Friday, September 24.