Outlaws edged out by Bloomington, 46-6

May 26, 2013

in Sports

By Brian Pettis

The Mid Missouri came up short again Saturday night in a 46-6 loss at the hands of the Bloomington Edge, making their record 0-10 for the season.

Despite getting inside the red zone with a 1st and goal on four separate occasions, the Outlaws were unable to capitalize on any of those opportunities.

Two dropped interceptions and two unrecovered fumbles added to the teams woes. The first potential interception led to a 23-yard field goal by Eric Broughton, pushing Bloomington to 10-0 at the end of the first quarter, with the second leading to a 2-point safety by the Edge.

At the end of the half, an intentional grounding call on Outlaws QB Kyle Christian resulted in another safety, giving Bloomington a 19-0 lead at the half.

The Outlaws’ only touchdown came at the end of the game on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Christian to James Cody.

Going into this weekend, the Outlaws’ red zone offense was ranked last in the CPIFL.

The Outlaws host the third place Salina Bombers at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Mathewson Exhibition Center and then play the Witchita Wild on June 8 in their final game of the season.


Current standings in the CPIFL league are as follows:

Omaha Beef are 9-1

Wichita Wild are 9-2

Sioux City Bandits are 8-2

Salina Bombers are 7-3

Kansas City Renegades are 7-4

Bloomington Edge are 5-6

Lincoln Haymakers are 3-7

Oklahoma Defenders are 3-8

Kansas Koyotes are 1-9

Mid-Missouri Outlaws are 0-10.

Photos by Randy Kirby, Sedalia News Journal.

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