Foster falls to Lindbergh, still headed for football postseason

The Foster Bulldogs are now tied for second place in Seamount League football standings with the Lindbergh Eagles, following a 27-6 loss Friday in Lindbergh's homecoming game.

The Foster Bulldogs are now tied for second place in Seamount League football standings with the Lindbergh Eagles, following a 27-6 loss Friday in Lindbergh’s homecoming game.

The loss still means that Foster will enter the postseason as the No. 2 seed to the district playoffs.

Foster’s sole score came on a 61-yard pass from senior quarterback Zane Jacobson to sophomore Kaeluv Roberson in the fourth quarter.

The two teams fought through a scoreless first quarter, but Lindbergh struck first on a 1-yard touchdown run from Elisha Ellison to take a 7-0 lead into halftime.

The Eagles kept rolling in the third, scoring again on an 8-yard touchdown run from Korey Solo and then again on a 76-yard interception return by James Duncan to go into the final frame with a 20-0 lead.

In the fourth, Lindbergh scored again on a 5-yard touchdown run from Kevaun Anderson to go up 27-0 before Foster scored its touchdown.

Foster and Lindbergh are now 3-1 in league play behind the undefeated Kennedy Catholic Lancers.

Foster next plays Kennedy at 7 p.m. Friday at Neudorf Stadium.

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