Sports

Athletes, parents and coaches enjoy chance to gather, cheer again

RON HARTMAN/THE CHRONICLE The Bulldogs lost to Class 2A powerhouse Monroe in the regular-season home opener Friday in front of appreciative fans in Creswell.

CRESWELL – Almost all of the breaks went against Creswell in its home football opener Friday night. It was a downer from start to finish as Class 2A powerhouse Monroe coasted to a 48-14 victory. 

While the hometown fans had little to cheer about, there were plenty of happier emotions flowing because the kids are playing football again. 

“Being able to do this . . .

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