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Oilers look to keep offensive momentum against Tigers

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For the Central Plains High School football team, the early-season headliner has been quarterback Braedan Crites.
Crites has completed 19 of 33 passes for 690 yards and eight touchdowns, including five in the Oilers’ season-opening win, a 72-44 shootout over Stafford.
Central Plains (2-0) will look to put up those kinds of numbers against St. John-Hudson tonight at 7.
Central Plains head coach Chris Steiner said it has a lot to do with Crites’ targets.
“He’s done a good job so far,” Steiner said of Crites. “He did a great job against Stafford, but it took him a little ...

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