The Coffeyville Community College Red Ravens were back at home this past weekend. Hoping to continue their momentum and confidence from last weeks big rivalry win beating I.C.C. This week however would be a much tougher test for Coffeyville as they hosted the number two team in the country and one of the top teams of the conference. The Garden City Broncbusters who entered the game at 7 and 0 traveled across the state to Veterans Memorial Stadium to play. From the very beginning of the game both teams were able to fend each other off the field quickly as it was a uneventful first few drives. It wasn't until Carson Proctor QB for the Red Ravens connected with Kendrick Jones for a 95 yard TD pass that gave Coffeyville the early lead 7 to 0 but from there on out it was the Garden City’s offense making big plays. Finishing the first quarter with a TD on the ground and sacking Proctor in the endzone for a safety to finish the first quarter 9 to 7. Aside from a blocked field goal that was recovered for a 65 yard TD by Brion Murray the Ravens went silent offensively. Coffeyville spent 17 minutes on the football field, substantially losing the time of possession battle, wearing out their defense and getting beat on the ground all night long. Garden City finished with 5 TD with 351 yards on 73 run plays, and an addition score through the air. Coffeyville gets held to 166 total yards on 45 plays through the night and lose 51 to 15 at home to Garden City. Red Ravens now at 4 and 5 on the season will have to travel to Iowa Falls next week, they go up to Ellsworth Community College and play the Panthers as they hope to get back on the winning track before the season concludes.