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High school football roundup: Rams hand Rebels loss on new field

GLYNDON, Minn. -- Roseau spoiled a true home opener Friday night. The Rams defeated Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in the first game ever played at the Rebels' new stadium. Tom Costello led the Rebels' ground game with 53 yards on seven carries. Quarter...

GLYNDON, Minn. -- Roseau spoiled a true home opener Friday night.

The Rams defeated Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in the first game ever played at the Rebels' new stadium.

Tom Costello led the Rebels' ground game with 53 yards on seven carries. Quarterback Casey Johnk went 2-for-7 for 21 yards and backup quarterback Tyler Drechsel was 3-for-6 for 31 yards.

The Rams' Dustin Timmersman scored on two runs and had an interception return for a score.

Roseau 6 8 0 20-- 34

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D-G-F 7 0 0 0-- 7

D-G-F--Costello 1 run (Myhre kick)

R--Puckett 32 pass from Martinson (kick failed)

R--Timmersman 10 run (Knutson reception)

R--Knutson 43 pass from Martinson (Timmersman kick)

R--Timmersman 25 interception (kick failed)

R--Timmersman 3 run (Timmersman kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

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RUSHING: R, None. D-G-F, Costello 7-53, Tollefson 7-33, Johnk 10-21.

PASSING: R, None. D-G-F, Johnk 2-7-1, 21 yards, Drechsel 3-6-0 31 yards.

RECEIVING: R, None. D-G-F, Hauglid 4-43, Brantner 3-55.

Mahnomen tops Hawley

MAHNOMEN, Minn. -- Mahnomen defeated Hawley in a battle of unbeatens in Minnesota high school football Friday.

No. 3 Mahnomen improved to 5-0, 4-0 Valley Plains Conference. Hawley fell to 4-1, 3-1.

"We had a trend where wes've scored early," Mahnomen coach John Clark said. "That boosted our team and gave us huge confidence. Eric Shaumburg ran the offense very nice tonight. He just gave our team a chance on each play."

Hawley 6 3 0 7-- 16

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Mahnomen 12 0 14 0-- 26

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