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Bantams took advantage on their first possession and never looked back

Bantams took advantage on their first possession and never looked back
CLARKSTON, WA – The Clarkston Bantams came out strong in the first quarter and maintained momentum throughout the game.

The Wildcats took a huge risk on the fourth down. James Red had the ball and looked for a teammate but the pressure was too much and he was sacked by number 15, Dylan Beeler.

The Bantams took advantage on their first possession. Bruno Foust found six-foot four-inch target Trever Sperry for the touchdown. Bruno Foust had the ball looked deep and found Ryan Adams for an 80 yard throw.

The Bantams finished the game 48 to 26, and Bruno Foust tallied 331 passing yards.
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Superstar Eva Steele beat out hundreds of competitors punting, passing and kicking Superstar Eva Steele beat out hundreds of competitors punting, passing and kicking