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(AUDIO) York Falls To Rival Seward

(AUDIO) York Falls To Rival Seward
KAWL/KTMX Photo-Mackenzie Jones

YORK- Seward traveled to York on Friday night and won their first game against the Dukes since 2012, as the Blue Jays came out on top 18-0. For Seward on their first drive they marched down the field 78 yards on eight plays and it was capped off by a one-yard run by Zack Ellingson making it 6-0.

Later in the quarter, right tackle Jordan Kavulak took an end around hand off for 19 yards to make it 12-0. The York defense tightened up and the score remained 12-0 going into halftime. In the second half, it wasn’t until the first play of the fourth quarter when backup quarterback Gavin Sukup hit Boone Duncan on a 35-yard pass to extend the lead to 18-0 and close out the contest.

KTMX/KAWL Photo- Mackenzie Jones: York Junior Linebacker Jake Irwin and Seward Sophomore Gavin Sukup fight for a fumble in the second half of York’s 18-0 loss to Seward.

Seward was led by Gabe Knigsley and his 128 yards rushing. York was paced by Jake Irwin and his 131 yards on the ground. Seward moves to 4-4 and for head coach Jamie Opfer that was his first win over York and the Bluejays will face Beatrice next week. York falls to 2-6 and will hit the road to face Crete next week to try and keep their playoff hopes alive.

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