9-man football roundup
– Bradley Defender was a first strike weapon for the St. John Woodchucks’ offense last week in a 76-20 home victory over the Benson County Wildcats.
Defender was responsible for the Woodchucks’ first two scores in the first quarter and the first score of the second. The Wildcats, meanwhile, would score twice to the Woodchucks’ three first quarter scores (thanks to a Blayne Anderson-Chase Benson connection and a short run from Carson Tracey) and wouldn’t score again until the fourth quarter (with a 40-yard keeper).
The Wildcats hosted Cavalier last night, while the Woodchucks hosted the Nelson County Chargers-who were fresh off a 56-8 routing of the North Star Bearcats.
– A score was all that separated the North Border Eagles and the Dunseith Dragons, with the latter falling 18-12 to the former. The Dragons traveled to Four Winds High School for a Thursday night matchup against the Indians.
– Speaking of Cavalier, the Tornadoes’ gave the North Prairie Cougars their first home loss (and first loss overall) of the season last week in a 50-14 win. The Cougars hosted the Bearcats last night.
– The Surrey Mustangs trotted 45-8 over the Towner-Granville-Upham Titans last week. The Titans hosted the Central McLean Cougars last night.
6-man football: Raiders continue win streak
Despite it being Friday the 13th, the Drake-Anamoose Raiders’ winning streak continued last week in a road shutout against Williston Trinity Christian. The Raiders hosted Alexander last night.
– Tribune Staff Report
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