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Freeman JV Football Picks Up Win over Pawnee City

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K. Schoen throwing a TD pass
D. Schoneweis with a TD reception
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A week after suffering a 48-8 loss to the Johnson-Brock Eagles, the Freeman JV football team returned to action Monday, October 12th.  The Falcons were able to come away with a victory by defeating the visiting Pawnee City Indians by a score of 20-6. 

Big plays were key to the Falcon’s success in the first half as they managed to break big plays and ultimately take the game.  On the Falcon’s first drive and only second play of the game, Dallas Ashelford took and inside handoff and managed to break a tackle that lead to a 60 yard touchdown run.  In the second quarter, Chandler Brandert was able to break open his own touchdown run by scoring from 35 yards out.  To end the scoring in the first half, Kyle Schoen found Dylan Schoneweis behind the defense and completed a touchdown pass that totaled 47 yards.  At the end of the first half Freeman led Pawnee City 20-0.

In the second half the defensive groups for both teams found success as neither team was able to get on the board.  Pawnee City was able to score one touchdown, but Freeman’s defense force fumbles, put pressure on the quarterback, and intercept three pass to hold their lead. 

Overall, the effort by the Falcons moved the JV record to 3 wins and 2 losses going into their final game next Monday, October 19th, when they visit the Lewiston Tigers in Lewiston at 5:00 pm.

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