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Press Photo by Royal McGregor Killdeer senior Grady Houghton, who plays running back and linebacker, is back in action Friday against Hazen after sitting out a week.

Killdeer travels to Hazen for key game


Speed versus size.

Hazen has the speed and Killdeer has the size for each to make a run at the Class 1A, Region 4 title. The teams meet at 6 p.m. MDT Friday in Hazen.

"We do have some advantage with size," Killdeer head coach Lou Dobitz said. "We are hoping to play tough football and use that to our advantage."

The teams are only about an hour away from each other. Though it's a rivalry game, Hazen head coach Rick Philion characterized it a friendly type of rivalry.

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