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High school football: Moose Lake shuts out Breckenridge

ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Nate Zuk had not played in the fourth quarter this season until Friday. Breckenridge wishes Moose Lake-Willow River would've sat their senior standout in the second quarter. Zuk's rushed for 154 of his 225 yards in the second s...

ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Nate Zuk had not played in the fourth quarter this season until Friday.

Breckenridge wishes Moose Lake-Willow River would've sat their senior standout in the second quarter.

Zuk's rushed for 154 of his 225 yards in the second stanza, as the Rebels ran over, around and through the Breckenridge defense for a 46-0 Class 2A quarterfinal win at Husky Stadium.

Zuk's video-game like second quarter came on just five carries.

"I don't think I've done that too often," Zuk said. "But we came in knowing that it would start with those seven guys up front, and they did their job."

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