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Montevideo American-News
  • BOLD hands T-Hawks homecoming loss

  • For the second straight week the Montevideo football team faced one of the West Central Conference's co-leaders.
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  • For the second straight week the Montevideo football team faced one of the West Central Conference's co-leaders.
    BOLD used its powerful rushing attack to score a 53-0 win over the Thunder Hawks in Montevideo's homecoming game Friday.
    The T-Hawks played with­out two starters in the backfield. Junior quarterback Jordan Thomp­son is out for the season with a broken collarbone, and sophomore fullback Markus Kranz missed the game due to a back injury.
    The unbeaten Warriors will likely finish in a first-place tie in the conference with Morris/Chokio-Al­berta. The two teams don't play each other this season.
    BOLD, which rushed for 441 yards, quickly took control of the game after recovering a fumble on the third offensive play of the night.
    Area rushing leader Chaz Roush ran for 191 yards and the game's first two touchdowns.
    Wyatt Enger rushed for 37 yards for Montevideo, in­cluding a 34-yard gain late in the game.
    Montevideo played host to Lac qui Parle Valley Wednesday after the American-News went to press.
    The Section 6AAA playoffs begin Tuesday. The Thunder Hawks will likely play at Albany or New London-Spicer, at 7 p.m.
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