Longhorns fall to state-ranked St. Pats team on the road, 37-3


Vicki Stull

Kimball defenders Logan Stahla, left, and Ethan Land pull down a St. Pats player for a tackle during Friday's game. The Longhorns dropped a 37-3 game to the state-ranked squad.

North Platte St. Pats showed why they are ranked #3 in the state C-2 football rankings with their convincing 37-3 win over the visiting Kimball High Longhorns this past Friday evening, thus running their unbeaten season record to 7-0. It was a key district game and the win will certainly put st Pats into the state playoffs while Kimball needs a big win this corning Friday night to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Despite the margin of loss, the Horns gave a good effort but didn't make the plays they needed to against an opponent that plays almost error free and with a lot of talent. The Hor...

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