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High School Football: Crosby shutout by Esko

ESKO--Zac Myhre of the Crosby-Ironton Rangers caught six passes for 66 yards as they fell 33-0 to the Class 3A's 10th ranked Esko Eskomos Friday in a Northeast Subdistrict game...

ESKO-Zac Myhre of the Crosby-Ironton Rangers caught six passes for 66 yards as they fell 33-0 to the Class 3A's 10th ranked Esko Eskomos Friday in a Northeast Subdistrict game

Ranger quarterback Nate Sova completed nine passes for 67 yards.

The Eskimos limited C-I to just 30 yards rushing and 67 yards passing while amassing 380 total offense.

Esko is 6-1 overall, tied with Mora for subdistrict lead at 4-0.

Esko 0 14 19 0-33

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Crosby-Ironton 0 0 0 0-0

Second quarter

E-Tyler Peterson 7 run (Cameron Osterling kick) 7:05

E-Branden Matteen 10 pass from Brendan Durand (Osterling kick) 4:03

Third quarter

E-Matteen 85 kickoff return (kick blocked) 4:03

E-Peterson 7 run (kick failed) 6:45

E-Matteen 75 punt return (Osterling kick) 4:28

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Team statistics

Rushes-yards: CI 29-30, E 40-248

Pass comp-att-int-yds: CI 9-20-3-67, E 13-20-1-132

Total offense: CI 97, E 380

Individual leaders

Rushing: C-I-Eli Winegarner 11-24, Nate Williams 1-13, Zac Myhre 9-5, Gabe Ryappy 1-3; E-Peterson 14-11, Aaron Moore 8-55, Matteen 6-36, Hubert Gonsorowski 3-24, Durand 3-13, Luke Wagemaker 5-7, Preston Lowe 1-2

Passing: C-I-Nate Sova 9-16-2-67, Gabe Ryappy 0-1-1-0, Dakota Mitchell 0-3-0-0; E-Durand 13-20-1-132

Receiving: C-I-Zac Myhre 6-66, Anthony Hudrlik 2-6; E-Dylan Vinje 4-46, Matteen 3-42, Ryan Nelson 2-16, Peterson 2-13, Mason Vinje 1-10, Sam Dupuis 1-5

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Sub: C-I 1-4. Overall: C-I 2-5. Next: Pine City at Crosby-Ironton 7 p..m. Wednesday.

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