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Storm wards off Night Hawks

FLASHER -- The 14 points scored in the opening quarter would have been enough for Grant County-Flasher, as they went on to top 9-man Region 5 opponent Hettinger-Scranton 44-6, on Friday, Sept. 7 at home.

FLASHER - The 14 points scored in the opening quarter would have been enough for Grant County-Flasher, as they went on to top 9-man Region 5 opponent Hettinger-Scranton 44-6, on Friday, Sept. 7 at home.

A safety, a 19-yard run from Thomas Bryant and a 2-yard run from quarterback Brett Gabrielson put the Storm up 14-0 in the first. Grant County Flasher added two more touchdowns in the second with a 15- and 28-yard runs.

After holding the Storm scoreless in the third, Hettinger-Scranton (1-3, 0-3 Region 5) scored in the final frame.

A 10-yard pass form sophomore Jeran Anderson found senior Kyle Burwick for a touchdown, but the kick attempt was no good.

The Storm (2-2, 1-2 Region 5) score twice in the fourth to seal the win.

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Grant County Flasher 44, Hettinger-Scranton 6HS 0 0 0 6 - 6GCF 14 16 0 14 - 44First quarterGCF - SafetyGCF - Thomas Bryant 19 rush (PAT no good)GCF - Brett Gabrielson 2 rush (PAT no good)Second quarterGCF - Connor Ottmar 15 rush (Jon Bogert from Gabrielson)GCF - Jaron Reis 28 rush (Gabrielson rush)Third quarterNo scoring.Fourth quarterGCF - Joey Leingang 1 rush (PAT no good)HS - Kyle Burwick 10 pass from Jeran Anderson (PAT no good)GCF - Jadon Sornsin-Scott 20 pass from Jace Friesz (Bogert rush)Records: HS, 1-3 (0-3 Region 5). GCF, 2-2 (1-2 Region 5).

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