Roaring Fork falls to Hayden |

Roaring Fork falls to Hayden

HAYDEN, Colorado ” Two late touchdown drives helped Roaring Fork sidestep a shutout ” and gain some much-needed offensive confidence ” in a 34-13 loss at Hayden on Friday.

After falling behind 27-0 at halftime against Class 1A Hayden, the 2A Rams flashed signs of life in the second half.

Soren Phibbs capped a long scoring drive with a 3-yard TD run and Ryan Weimer hit Michael Black on a 15-yard TD pass to finish off another long march.

The scores gave Roaring Fork its first points of the season as it prepares for next Friday’s road game at Meeker.

Phibbs finished with a team-best 73 yards rushing on 18 carries, while Weimer completed 13 of 29 passes for 134 yards. Nate Soucie chipped in with 36 yards rushing on 15 carries for the Rams (0-2).

Hayden improved to 1-1 with the win.

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