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By Alex Kuhn
Sports Editor 

Banged up Pioneers prepare for Huskies

 

September 14, 2016



TEN SLEEP — Ten Sleep High School football lost their first game of the season in unusual fashion Saturday afternoon to the St. Stephens Eagles in St. Stephens.

The game, a 49-32 loss to the Eagles, was called at halftime due to Ten Sleep’s rash of injuries. The already short on depth Pioneers, who in the week before played an entire game with six players and no injuries, lost a player to a dislocated shoulder, one to a dislocated knee, another to a concussion and the other to a severe groin pull, all in the in the span of one quarter.

“We lost half our players to injury and we had t...



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