By Dave Faries
Editor 

2012 In Review

Football

 


Fall did not start well for Kimball.

Both North Platte St. Patrick’s and Hershey stymied the Longhorns offense, big Jake Reader--tagged as quarterback to begin the season--went down with an injury and Cambridge planted 56 on the board...all before Kimball managed to score its first points of the season.

This moment came in the fourth quarter of the third game, when Trent Rutledge sacked Trojans quarterback Taylor Kubik in the end zone for a safety. But Jonathon Withrow tacked on a touchdown, followed by a second from Colton Stull and a transformation began.

A week later, at home, against...



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