The Colfax Falcons frosh football team overcame the elements and the host Bear River Bruins last Thursday night at Lake of the Pines. Playing their season finale in a steady rain, the Falcons sloshed their way to an 18-0 win over the Bruins to complete their season with a fine 8-2 record. “We had a pretty good season,” said Colfax frosh coach Bob Luke. “The team came together real well as we went a long. We lost a key player up to the JVs and had some injuries but the team battled. This group has a good future ahead of them.” Colfax quarterback Logan Hurst shouldered most of the Falcons’ offensive load in the win as he scored on a pair of touchdowns and also threw a touchdown pass to Cameron Howes. On defense, Luke was pleased with the overall work of Ryan Roblez, Brian Little, Sam Lahaie, Carrick Hoffart and Alex Tobiasz. Tobiasz capped the effort with a pass interception. Colfax’s 8-2 record was the best posted by a frosh team in the Pioneer Valley League this season. In PVL games, Colfax was 1-2, while Lincoln went 3-0, Placer 1-2 and Bear River 1-2.