Friday the 13th is next week
Roosevelt’s game against Loveland gets weird in Berthoud
By Martin B. Hamilton/The Johnstown Breeze
BERTHOUD – Playing on a “neutral field” here Friday night, Roosevelt High School took a 21-0 lead in its non-league game against Loveland.
Then, even though Friday the 13th isn’t until next week, things got strange.
Power went out in the press box, so the time keeper couldn’t reset the game clock at halftime, which meant a three-minute countdown until the second half could begin. Then, with 8 minutes, 27 seconds left in the fourth quarter, automated sprinklers started watering Max Marr Field.
“It was a weird environment,” RHS Coach Noland Eastin said. “But we came out ready, and I was proud of the way our guys fought.”To read more, a subscription is needed: Click here to subscribe