Trojans Get Back in the Win Column

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Trojans Get Back in the Win Column

Cale Roller gets pumped up for the game.

Cale Roller gets pumped up for the game.

Cale Roller gets pumped up for the game.

Cale Roller gets pumped up for the game.

Connor Church

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The Trojans got back in the win column, as they beat the Shenandoah Mustangs on Friday Night. The Mustangs were coming into the game winless, so the Trojans knew that the Mustangs would give everything that they had.

The Mustangs got the ball to start the game, and the Trojan defense forced a three and out. The Trojans got the ball, but fumbled on the first play of the drive. The Mustangs got the ball on the Trojan 40-yard line, but the Trojans forced another three and out.

The Trojans got the ball back, and drove the ball down the field, and Tyler Moen scored a touchdown. This gave the Trojans a 7-0 lead. The Mustangs were forced to punt again. The Trojans got the ball back, but were forced to punt.

The Mustangs got the ball, but fumbled, and the Trojans got the ball back. The Trojans took advantage of the turnover, as Tyler Moen rushed for  5-yard touchdown. The Mustangs threw an interception on their next drive, which gave the Trojans the ball back. The Trojans drove the ball down the field, and Zade Niklasen scored a 4-yard rushing touchdown. This gave the Trojans a 21-0 lead at halftime.

The Trojans got the ball to start the second half. However, he Trojans were forced to punt. The Mustangs got the ball back, but threw an interception. This gave the Trojans excellent field position, and Chase Mullenix ran for a 15-yard touchdown. This made the score 28-0.

The Trojan defense stood tall again, as they forced another punt, but the Trojans fumbled on their next series. This gave the ball back to the Mustangs. The Mustangs were forced to punt again, but the Trojans fumbled the punt, and gave Shenandoah the ball back.

The Mustangs took advantage of the Trojan turnover, as the scored a touchdown. This made the score 28-7.

The Trojans got the ball back, as they pulled some of their starters. Sophomore, Keaton Juhl got a carry for the Trojans, but fumbled. This gave the ball back to the Mustangs. The Mustangs got the ball back, but the clock ran out. The Trojans won 28-7.

The Trojans finished with 337 yards of offense, while the Mustangs had 163. Both teams had four turnovers. Quarterback, Chase Mullenix finished with 55 passing yards. He also rushed for 68 yards and one touchdown. Tyler Moen lead the team in rushing, with 98 yards and two touchdowns. Zade Niklasen finished with 72 rushing yards and one touchdown.

The Trojans look to build off this win, as they play their final game of the year against Red Oak at the Trojan Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

 

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