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Moorhead High football team tops Sartell, loses to Bemidji in sections

November 2, 2018

Moorhead High’s Noah Anderson tackles a Sartell player as Tristan Duerr prepares to assist during the first round of the Minnesota Section 8 5A tournament at Moorhead High’s Jim Gotta Stadium Oct. 23. Moorhead took the win over the Sabres and advanced to the semifinal game against top-seeded Bemidji on Oct. 27.

During the 41-6 win against Sartell in Moorhead, Trey Feeney completed 12 of 20 passes for 179 yards with a touchdown pass to Tommy Horan. Horan caught five passes for 105 yards with the longest pass for 36 yards and two interceptions. Peter Narum had 74 yards with his six receptions, including a 40 yarder. Riley Schock was the leading rusher putting up 140 yards in 26 carries and three touchdowns. Sophomore Keenan Wendt rushed 60 yards in nine carries. Hayden Netland scored a defensive touchdown on an interception, the Spuds’ first of the season.

During the Oct. 27 game against Bemidji, quarterback Feeney completed 15 of 24 passes for 205 yards and scrambled for four yards, including one touchdown. Narum had nine receptions for 126 yards and one touchdown. Horan had two receptions for 47 yards and one touchdown. Schock rushed for 111 yards on 28 carries.

The Spuds had two costly fumbles and two interceptions during the game that gave the Lumberjacks opportunities to score, and they did, defeating the Spuds 40-21 to advance to the Section finals. The Spuds end their season at 2-8.

Photo: Renée Grover

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