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October 10, 2012

Justin Bakke runs up the field late in the game against the Wolverines. 
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS/ Sean Solheim
Justin Bakke runs up the field late in the game against the Wolverines.
Thony scores six touchdowns enroute to 64-36 victory
By: Joel Herrig Murray County News Sports The MCC Rebels were back at home for the final time this season with a matchup against the MACCRAY Wolverines. MACCRAY has dominated this series with the Rebels not winning since 2005 when the Rebels beat the Wolverines in a close contest. On Friday night, the game was decided early on and the Rebels made sure it was not going to be a close game as they tried to even their record with three wins and three losses.



The Rebels defense started the game for the Rebels and though MACCRAY drove the field and got inside the Rebel 40 yard line, the Wolverines were forced into a 4th down and six yards to go for a first down. The Rebel defense broke up the pass on fourth down, preventing a MACCRAY score and giving the ball to the Rebels.



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