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High School Football: Pillager celebrates homecoming with revenge win

PILLAGER--Luke Woidyla caught a 17-yard pass from Erik Peterson and ran 67 yards for another score for the Pillager Huskies who capped off their homecoming with a 28-8 victory over the West Central Knights in a Midwest Blue Subdistrict game Frida...

PILLAGER-Luke Woidyla caught a 17-yard pass from Erik Peterson and ran 67 yards for another score for the Pillager Huskies who capped off their homecoming with a 28-8 victory over the West Central Knights in a Midwest Blue Subdistrict game Friday, Sept. 28.

The game was a rematch of last year's Section 6-2A final at the Fargodome when West Central defeated Pillager 42-38.

Tucker Peterson opened the scoring for Pillager on a 44-yard run and Erik Peterson plunged in from a yard out for the final Husky TD.

Woidyla finished with 128 yards rushing on 18 carries and Tucker Peterson ran 17 times for 100 yards. Erik Peterson completed eight of 13 passes for 57 yards with two interceptions.

Defensively, the Huskies limited West Central to just 75 total yards while amassing 302 yards themselves.

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West Central 0 8 0 0-8

Pillager 0 16 12 0-28

Second quarter

WC-Tanner Bennett 18 pass from Isaiah Sykora (Tate Christenson pass from Sykora) 10:29

Pill-Tucker Peterson 44 run (Luke Woidyla run) 5:53

Pill-Woidyla 17 pass from Erik Peterson (Woidyla run) 2:26

Third quarter

Pill-Woidyla 67 run (pass fail) 10:59

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Pill-Erik Peterson 1 run (run fail) 9:17

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: Pill 52-223, WC 28-50

Pass comp-att-int-yds: Pill 9-15-2-79, WC 5-16-3-25

Total offense: Pill 302, WC 75

Individual leaders

Rushing: Pill-Luke Woidyla 18-128, Tucker Peterson 17-100

Passing: Pill-Erik Peterson 8-13-2-57

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Receiving: Pill-Luke Woidyla 2-39, Tucker Peterson 3-14

Sub: Pill 3-1. Overall: Pill 4-1. Next: Pillager at Wadena-Deer Creek 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5.

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