Webster defense led by Timothy Fornengo stopping Unity in the backfield.

The Tigers started strong Friday night, but still fell to Unity 38-7. This week they will wrap up their regular season with a trip to Hurley.

Webster scored first with a touchdown pass from Austin Sigfrids to Mason Gustafson. Then the scoring was silent until late in the first half.

Unity was able to score two touchdowns through the air right before halftime to make it 14-7. Webster was unable to score the rest of the game.

Webster head coach Andy Smith said those passes, “late in the first half that really changed the game.”

Smith was happy with the defensive side of the football, but thought the offense had some holes.

“Our defensive line really controlled the line of scrimmage and our linebacker tackled well,” Smith said. “Offensively we need to clean up our execution if we want to be able to move the ball consistently against teams like Unity.

This Friday Webster heads to undefeated Hurley.

“Hurley is big and really gets off the ball well,” Smith said. “We will really need to play with great pad level and bring all 11 to the football in order to hang with them.”