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Dickinson State Football 2021

Photos from the Blue Hawks' 2021 season.

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Blue Hawks wide receiver Tyger Frye (81) comes down with the catch in traffic in the first quarter against Montana-Western Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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Blue Hawks wide receiver Noah Sickler (5) celebrates after Dickinson State recover a fumbled snap deep in Saints' territory in the second quarter Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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Kaden Kuntz (3), Connor McCarvel (19) and Tyger Frye (81) celebrate Kuntz' touchdown against Dakota State Saturday, Oct. 9 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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DSU wide receiver Kaden Kuntz (3) hauls in the pass for a 49-yard gain in the first quarter against Iowa Wesleyan Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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Dickinson State quarterback Drew Boedecker (10) takes the snap against Mayville State Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Josiah C. Cuellar / The Dickinson Press)

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Dickinson State defensive end Krew Mathern (94) goes up to block a pass against Presentation College on Saturday, Oct. 6 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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The Blue Hawks take the field before their first home game against Montana-Western on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center in Dickinson. (Race Archibald / The Dickinson Press)

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