GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Four fumbles and two interceptions were enough turnovers to prevent the Central Warriors from defeating the Gateway Olympians on Friday night in a 13-12 loss at Stocker Stadium.
Warriors quarterback Holden Reed threw two interceptions and fumbled the ball three times wile teammate Josh Buniger also fumbled the ball once.
Prior to Friday night's game the Olympians (1-2) had been shutout 76-0 in the teams first two games of the season.
Central's (1-2) next game will be on Saturday, September 26 on the road against Rocky Mountain High School at 1:00 p.m.
To see highlights from the Warriors game against the Olympians, click on the video above.
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