Bulldogs get wake up call but still control their own destiny

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The Butte High Bulldogs traveled to Helena to play the Bengals. Butte started the scoring early as Demarais found Battermann on a 13-yard strike for the Dogs to take an early 7-0 lead, but that would be the last time they saw the end zone.

Helena came right back down and scored but missed the PAT 7-6 Butte with just over 5 to play.

Demarais would then find his other target Hudson Luedtke on a 65-yard connection, but the Bulldogs ended up punting it away after the big arial attack.

Helena would score on a 1-yard rush just before the half and go up 13-7. The Bengals would then score to open the half and go for two but not succeed and led 19-7.

The Bengals then blocked a Bulldog punt that would lead to a Bengals touchdown pass and blossom their lead to 26-7 in the 3rd.

Butte couldn’t get anything going offensively and the The Bengals give the Dogs a little taste of their own medicine and win it in a blowout 33-7.

Butte can still earn the Wests number 1 seed with a win next Thursday as they host the defending state champs the Helena Capital Bruins on senior night At Naranche.