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High School Football: Top-seeded Pillager blanks Morris-CA in semis

PILLAGER--Dylan Loftis ran for three touchdowns for the top-seeded Pillager Huskies who shut out the No. 4 Morris/Chokio-Alberta Tigers 36-0 in the Section 6-2A semifinals Saturday.

PILLAGER-Dylan Loftis ran for three touchdowns for the top-seeded Pillager Huskies who shut out the No. 4 Morris/Chokio-Alberta Tigers 36-0 in the Section 6-2A semifinals Saturday.

Loftis scored on runs of seven, 10 and two yards and finished with 139 yards on 20 rushing attempts.

Eli Horn rushed 20 times for 109 yards and a TD for the Huskies and Logan Gjovik completed Pillager's scoring with a 6-yard run.

Pillager maintained a 380-91 advantage in total yards with all of the Huskies' yards coming on the ground. The Huskies ran 69 plays to the Tigers' 35.

Pillager faces No. 2 West Central for the Section 6-2A championship 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Fargodome.

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Morris/CA 0 0 0 0-0

Pillager 6 16 8 6-36

First quarter

P-Dylan Loftis 7 run (run fail) 5:55)

Second quarter

P-Eli Horn 1 run (Loftis run) 9:38

P-Loftis 10 run (Horn run) 6:53

Third quarter

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P-Logan Gjovik 6 run (Gjovik run) 9:01

Fourth quarter

P-Loftis 2 run (run fail) 7:22

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: MCA 32-86, P 65-380

Pass comp-att-int-yds: MCA 1-3-0-5, P 0-4-0-0

Total offense: MCA 35-91, P 69-380

Individual leaders

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Rushing: P-Dylan Loftis 20-139, Eli Horn 20-109, Logan Gjovik 14-75

Passing: P-Josh Doss 0-4-0-0

Overall: P 8-2. Next: No. 1 Pillager vs.No. 2 West Central for Section 6-2A championship at Fargodome 5:30 p.m. Friday.

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