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High School Football: Little Falls drops game to Albany

Little Falls hosts Albany Sept. 23

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LITTLE FALLS — Hank LeClair recorded 14 carries for 44 yards for the Little Falls Flyers as they fell 24-0 to the Albany Huskies Friday, Sept. 23.

Beau Thoma led the receiving for the Flyers with a 10 yard catch from Gavin Anderson.

Albany 16 6 0 2 – 24

Little Falls 0 0 0 0 – 0

First quarter

A-Isaac Evenson 16 run (Ethan Borgerding pass from Evenson) 6:14

A-Adam Dennis 1 run (Borgerding pass from Izaac Hutchinson) 3:06

Second quarter

A-Fumble Recovery (run failed) 3:06

Fourth quarterA-Safety 7:26

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: LF 27-52, A 56-325

Pass comp-att-int-yds:LF 1-13-3-10, A 2-5-1-(-7)

Total offense: LF 40-62, A 61-318

Individual leaders

Rushing: LF-Hank LeClair 14-44, Jaxon Janski 7-27, Joey Welinsi 3-4

Passing: LF-Gavin Anderson 1-13-3-10

Receiving: LF-Beau Thoma 1-10

Overall: LF 0-4. Next: Little Falls hosts Foley 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.

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