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Football Team Wins Homecoming Game

Freeman 53, Dorchester 6

The Freeman football team found victory over Dorchester 53 – 6 for their first homecoming win in seven years.

Freeman’s first score came on a team safety on Dorchester’s first offensive play. The safety was setup with great coverage by the kickoff team. They were able to stop Dorchester on the 3-yard line. Freeman then scored on their first offensive series with an eleven-play drive, which was capped off with a Jordan Pella 1-yard touchdown run. The defense was able to score with another team safety. Before the time expired in the first quarter, Elliott Mencl was able to score again for Freeman with 6-yard touchdown run.

Freeman scored two more times in the second quarter with two rushing touchdowns. Mencl scored both touchdowns by running 2 and 5 yards.

Freeman was able to score on their first offensive series after halftime. Mencl ran to the end zone again with an 18-yard touchdown. Dorchester answered with a 16-yard touchdown pass. Ryan Busboom added the last touchdown for the quarter by running 10 yards.

Chandler Brandert added the last score of the game in the middle of the fourth quarter with a 26-yard touchdown rush.

Coach Andreasen stated, “Our special teams and defense set the tone for this game. We had two big plays at the start of the game that help set the momentum in our favor. It was great to see the team win their homecoming game.”

Freeman will host the Pawnee City Indians on Friday evening at 7:00 PM. This is the last regular season home game for the Falcons, which means parents’ night will be celebrated.

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