Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Longhorns fall to state ranked Hershey 25-0


Tonia Copeland

Kyle Spicer runs the ball against two Gordon-Rushville defenders in a home game earlier this year.

State ranked Hershey shut out visiting Kimball 25-0 this past Friday night leaving the Longhorns looking for that first win and hoping it comes this Friday night when they host a tough Bridgeport Bulldog team.

A stingy Hershey defense allowed Kimball a mere 77 yards of offense while attaining 236 total yards of their own. The winners prevailed in almost every category, but give the Horns credit for playing hard and especially for their defensive effort according to coach Nick Kuxhausen.

Kuxhausen said "Hershey was a very big and physical team. They are ranked in the top ten in Class C-2. I...

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