The Coleville Wolves football team looked rusty in their return to action after a bye week, holding a narrow 22-8 halftime lead over league rival Smith Valley.
Coleville took control of the game in the second half outscoring Smith Valley 38-12 en route to a 60-20 victory.
"We didn't come out with much intensity and made too many mistakes including penalties that cost us two early touchdowns," commented Coach Will Sandy. "I don't think we were mentally ready to play and Smith Valley really came to play."
Quarterback Seth Huhta led Coleville's offense with a career high five touchdown passes. …