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Tigers dominate defending champion

Pawnee Heights Tiger Dalton Hamby (15) leads the defense against Weskan quarterback Kace Backley. Hamby scored a defensive TD in a 51-6 victory over Weskan.

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RANSOM – The Pawnee Heights defense delivered an emphatic message to defending six-man state football champion Weskan in a battle of unbeatens.
The Tigers dominated physically offensively and defensively after Weskan standout Bailey McQuillan left with an injury for a stunning 51-6 victory. Gabe Oddo sacked Weskan quarterback Jace Mackley on the half’s final play for a 36-6 lead.
Tiger tailback Kade Scott dashed for five touchdowns and 237 yards behind dominant blocking by center Caleb Karst and ends Jackson Henbest, Shawn Peterson and Gabe Oddo.
“They carry the load for me. They do all the hard work. It’s ...


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