GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The Montana State offense racked up 341 yards rushing and converted 12 of 16 third downs as the Bobcats opened Big Sky Conference play with a 49-21 win at 17th-ranked North Dakota on Saturday. The loss snapped an 11-game conference winning streak for the Fighting Hawks. Sophomore quarterback Chris Murray had a hand in four touchdowns for the Bobcats, passing for three scores and rushing for another.
Forsyth Dogies football (MTN Sports photo)
FORSYTH – The Forsyth defense shut down Fairview in a battle of 8-Man East unbeatens Friday. The Dogies forced four turnovers in the first half on their way to a dominant 54-8 win to improve to 5-0 in their first season playing 8-man football. Forsyth moved to the 8-man ranks after previously playing Class B 11-man football. Caleb Knoche got Forsyth on the board first, scoring on a 10-yard run to give the Dogies an 8-0 lead.
VIDEOMANHATTAN – Nick Brunett and the Jefferson Panthers scored 39 unanswered points to run past Manhattan 39-7 in a crucial Southern B football game on Friday. Clay Johnson scored the game’s first touchdown, putting Manhattan up 7-0 with a 10-yard run in the first quarter. The previously unbeaten Tigers would struggle with turnovers the rest of the night, though, as Jefferson kept its perfect record intact.
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