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Holsteins earn championship game berth

NEW SALEM -- For the second time in three years, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team will play for a state title after getting past Ray-Powers Lake 18-7 on Saturday, Nov. 3, during a 9-Man state semifinal from Gaebe Field.

NEW SALEM - For the second time in three years, the New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin football team will play for a state title after getting past Ray-Powers Lake 18-7 on Saturday, Nov. 3, during a 9-Man state semifinal from Gaebe Field.

The road team got on the board first thanks to a 75-yard rushing touchdown from junior running back Brock Viall.

The scoreboard remained unchanged until the third quarter when Holsteins senior running back Braden Zuroff crossed the goal line on a 5-yard run.

Early in the fourth, New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin took the lead when senior quarterback Evan Henke found senior wide receiver Garret Soupir on a 45-yard reception. Later in the frame, Henke extended the Holsteins advantage on a 1-yard plunge.

New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin will take on Thompson in the 9-Man championship game from the Fargodome on Friday.

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Results Saturday9-Man State SemifinalR5 No. 1 New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin 18, R6 No. 1 Ray-Powers Lake 7RPL 7 0 0 0 - 7NSAGU 0 0 6 12 - 18First quarterRPL - Brock Viall 75 run (Pedro Oliviera kick)Second quarterNo scoringThird quarterNSAGU - Braden Zuroff 5 run (Run failed)Fourth quarterNSAGU - Garret Soupir 45 pass from Evan Henke (Pass failed)NSAGU - Henke 1 run (Run failed)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING: RPL, Brock Viall 18-123, TD; Kyle VanBerkom 16-3; Aiden Nordloef 1-0. NSAGU, Braden Zuroff 21-138, TD; Evan Henke 10-50, TD; Chauncey Dittus 11-43; Isaiah Huus 1-17.PASSING: RPL, VanBerkom 9-17-0, 92 yards. NSAGU, Henke 5-9-0, 78 yards, TD.RECEIVING: RPL, Nordloef 2-31; Hatley Nelson 4-27; Lane Veach 1-18; Noah Schroeder 1-13; Viall 1-3. NSAGU, Garret Soupir 2-53; Dittus 2-21; Kuhn 1-4.Records: RPL, 10-1. NSAGU, 11-0.

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