Decent weather, stormy outcome for the football Buffaloes

Mason Keith carried the flag as the Buffaloes take the field against Glenvar.
After losing two close games on artificial turf this season, a third try on fake gross brought a lopsided loss

One nice part of the truncated and moved football season this year has been a chance to shoot games in daylight, which is a photographer’s delight. Sadly, both of the day games I’ve shot this year covering the Floyd County Buffaloes varsity football team have been loses, one close, and one a blowout — a 34-0 loss to Glenvar on their home field.

Three losses by the Buffs this season have come on artificial turf fields.

The Buffs fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter and trailed 28-0 at the half. More photos and details of the game in the next edition of The Floyd Press.

Reece Conner and Seth Dunbar bring down a Glenvar runner after a gain.
Avery Chaffin tries to block a touchdown reception — the second one by Glenvar in the first quarter. It also brought a penalty against the Buffaloes.

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