BELFAST — The high school football regular season is at its midway point, as Belfast remains in search of its first win of the campaign.

The Lions, who have been outscored 167-33 through four games, were held off the scoreboard — and without an offensive touchdown for the third contest — this time by Poland as the Lions were dealt a 34-0 home defeat on Friday night, Sept. 23.

Belfast players in the huddle. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Poland led 6-0 at halftime and eventually opened the game up in the second half as it took a 22-0 advantage after three quarters.

Gabe Kelley led the Belfast defense with six tackles and two quarterback sacks, while Kaden Bonin and Dustin Boynton made eight tackles for the Lions (0-4).

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