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RANDOLPH — The Randolph Cardinals earned a big 54-22 win over Pender here last week to complete the regular season at 5-3 and advance to the State Class D1 football playoffs.
Austin Gubbels paced the defense for Randolph picking up two quarterback sacks and 11 total tackles on the night.
The first frame proved to be a real see-saw battlle.
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HARTINGTON — Four of Cedar County’s five high school football teams will enter post-season action this week.
The Hartington Wildcats are the only area team to earn home-field advantage in the first round. The Cats will host Pender Thursday.
The Cats finished the 2012 football season with a perfect 8-0 mark. The Cats’ unbeaten mark allowed them to earn the second seed in the East Bracket in the Class D1 football playoffs.
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The Cardinals cranked up the offense early en route to a big 56-22 District football win over Allen Friday.
Randolph put 30 points on the board in the first frame, then cruised the rest of the way.
“We came out strong on offense and defense. The key to the game was causing a couple of turnovers early and capitalizing on them,” Coach Mark Lech said. “Randolph was very efficient on offense scoring most of their points in the first quarter and stopping Allen on some short fourth down conversions.
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EMERSON — The Cardinal offense was in high gear Friday night as the Cardinals moved to 2-2 with a big 60-27 win over Emerson-Hubbard.
The Cards took control of this one early, racing out to a 30-13 first-quarter lead.
The Pirates got on the board first when Chace Morgan broke free on a 65-yard TD scamper. Travis Emmons then split the uprights for a 7-0 lead.
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RANDOLPH — For the second time in three weeks the Cardinals hosted one of the best eight-man football teams in the state on Friday.
The Cards hosted perennial title contender Howells, which joined forces with Dodge this school year.
Howells-Dodge got on the scoreboard first here Friday when Jesse Faltys completed a solid drive with a 22-yard TD run. He then bulled across the line on the two-point conversion.
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RANDOLPH – Several Randolph High School athletes have recently been recognized for their achievements. First team All District Football: Nolan Nordhues, offensive back; Severin Bach, defensive line; Dylan Loberg, Offensive back. All District Honorable Mention: Rodger Haselhorst Offensive line; Grant Anderson, Offensive end. Kirsten Fink received NENAC All-Conference and Brenna Thies earned Honorable Mention.
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CENTRAL CITY — The Nebraska Christian Eagles ended Randolph’s football season Thursday with a 48-0 setback.
The Cardinal offense struggled as they tried to perform without two key starters — starting quarterback Nolan Nordhues and starting tailback Dylan Loberg.
The Cardinals struggled to find their offensive rhythm as the Nebraska Christian defense caused all sorts of problems for Randolph.
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RANDOLPH — Thursday’s Randolph Cardinal regular season football finale with the Osmond Tigers featured plenty of drama and excitement.
In a back-and-forth game that saw both teams take double-digit leads, the Tigers came from behind to earn the 38-36 win.
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