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High School Football: Pequot dominates Park Rapids

The Pequot Lakes Patriots hosted Park Rapids Friday, Sept. 23.

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PEQUOT LAKES — Bryer Nordby caught two touchdown passes from Grant Loge in the second quarter as the Pequot Lakes Patriots defeated the Park Rapids Area Panthers 50-0 in a Midwest Red District game Friday, Sept. 23.

Clay Wolf got the scoring started for the Patriots as he ran in a 23-yard touchdown in the first quarter and finished with 74 yards rushing.

John Elsenpeter and Darby Boelter each scored rushing touchdowns in the second-quarter while Kamrin Hulke added two rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter to cap off the scoring for the Patriots.

Pequot held Park Rapids to negative-13 yards of total offense as the Patriots improved to 3-1 on the season.

Park Rapids 0 0 0 0 – 0

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Pequot Lakes 6 30 0 14 – 50

First quarter

PL-Clay Wolf 23-yard run (kick fails) 2:36

Second quarter

PL-Bryer Nordby 14-yard pass from Grant Loge (Clay Wolf run) 9:20

PL-Nordby 15-yard pass from Loge (Nordby run) 6:36

PL-John Elsenpeter 10-yard run (Wolf run) 5:22

PL-Darby Boelter 6-yard run (pass fails) 2:02

Fourth quarter

PL-Kamrin Hulke 6-yard run (pass fails) 9:32

PL-Kamrin Hulke 21-yard run (Hulke run) 2:17

Team statistics

Rushes-yards: PL 46-239, PR 28-(-36)

Pass comp-att-int-yds: PL 5-11-0-61, PR 4-12-2-23

Total offense: PL 57-300, PR 40-(-13)

Individual leaders

Rushing: PL-Clay Wolf 9-74, Caden Nelson 11-46, Kamrin Hulke 3-36, Bryer Nordby 6-28, Griffin Hoffman 8-27, John Elsenpeter 3-19, Darby Boelter 3-16, Christian Crutchet 1-1

Passing: PL-Grant Loge 5-11-61

Receiving: PL-Bryer Nordby 2-29, Riley Larson 1-25, Darby Boelter 1-8

Overall: PL 3-1. Next: Pequot Lakes hosts Detroit Lakes 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.

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