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Football: Broken Bow bounces back against St. Paul

October 4, 2012

Broken Bow quarterback Marcus Miller works his way past the defense against St. Paul Sept. 28. Broken Bow would go on to win 33-8.

There’s nothing like getting ready for their homecoming game with a win the week before.
Coming off two lopsided losses and with their homecoming battle against Ord on the horizon, Broken Bow went to St. Paul Sept. 28 and came back with a 33-8 victory.
“We were able to control the line on both sides of the ball and wear St.Paul down,” coach Mike Garner said.
The two teams played a scoreless first quarter before Broken Bow opened the scoring in the second.
Running back Nate Evans scored from one yard out and teammates Zac Jones found the end zone from nine yard s away.
Two point conversions failed on both so the Indians took a 12-0 lead into the third quarter where defense again took the spotlight in a stalemate of a quarter.
The Indians offense found a second life in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 points to put the Wildcats down for good.
To read the rest of the story, check out the Oct. 4 edition of the Custer County Chief.

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