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Observer/Advocate
P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
Phone: 507-427-2725
Fax: 507-427-2724


Mt. Lake Area dominated

the first two quarters of

play on both sides of the ball

Wednesday night, wrapping

up the regular season with

a 59-12 win over Granada-

Huntley-East Chain-Truman

at Mt. Lake.

The Wolverines scored

touchdowns on four of their

first six offensive plays in

the game.

GHECT fumbled on the

opening kickoff, with MLA

recovering. On the next play,

Eric Wenner scored on a

23-yard run, starting a busy

night in the end zone for the

Wolverine senior.

MLA forced the Jaguars to

go three-and-out, then went

deep for a score. Levi Stoesz

found Ian Glassic for a 49-

yard touchdown strike for a

16-0 lead.

Moments later, the Wolverines

recovered another

fumble and converted with

a 3-yard touchdown by

Wenner. Then, after a Jaguar

three-and-out, Wenner

hauled in a 68-yard touchdown

pass from Stoesz, giving

MLA a 32-0 lead.

Wenner capped the first

quarter with a 52-yard touchdown run, giving MLA

a 38-0 lead after one quarter

of play.

Wenner added scoring

runs of 14 and 28 yards in

the second quarter.

Jake Junker, a senior

lineman, moved to fullback

in the second quarter and

scored on a 1-yard run for

the Wolverines’ final touchdown

of the game.

Wenner finished the night

with 136 yards rushing on

just seven carries, five going

for touchdowns. He added

the 68-yard receiving touchdown

for six total touchdowns

in the game.

Junker rushed eight times

for 70 yards.

Stoesz completed 2-of-3

passes for 117 yards and two

touchdowns.

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