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Oilers defense slows down Tigers to crawl

Central Plains High School running back Colton Zink (21) follows his blockers into a hoard of St. John-Hudson defenders during the first quarter of a Central Prairie League game on Friday night in Claflin.

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CLAFLIN — The Central Plains High School football team’s defense dragged St. John-Hudson to a halt on Friday night.
The Tigers managed only 80 yards of total offense as the Oilers won 54-8.
“We had kind of a slow start again, kind of like against Otis-Bison (last week),” Oilers head coach Chris Steiner said. “I’m not sure why, but we’ve got to get that fixed. I’m not very fond of that.
“But once again, our defense played outstanding. I think there was three or four minutes left in the first half and our stat keeper said that ...

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