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The last two weeks of travel didn't fare well for the football team. Varsity football lost the last two away games, Oct. 20 Helena High 17-40 and the week before to Billings West, 9-14. The losses came after the Homecoming victory over Hellgate Oct. 6, 45-6.
The game was a great way to end Homecoming week for Sentinel, even if it didn't kick start the rest of the season.
This Friday, the team play Capital at home for their senior night.
"This is an important game for us," Senior Austin Carlson said, "especially for the seniors. We need to put if all on the line in order to make it to the playoffs."
Odds are if the team loses at home Friday, their season will end. A victory will gain them a birth to a playoff game, potentially against crosstown rival Big Sky, who are 7-2 on the season.
Sentinel is sitting in seventh place currently at 4-4.
Friday's game starts at 7 at the MCPS stadium. The game is a pink out for October's Breast Cancer Awareness month.