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Lyndon blanks Northern Heights 36-0 to wrap up undefeated regular season

     The Lyndon Tigers wrapped up an undefeated regular season, beating Northern Heights 36-0 in Lyndon Friday night. 

Gaige Brecheisen, starting at quarterback for an injured Joe Walsh, provided a spark on both sides of the ball.  Brecheisen scored rushing touchdowns of 1 and 27 yards, threw a 27 yard touchdown to Dylan Dow, and intercepted Wildcat's quarterback Tucker Litke in the endzone.

    Brecheisen says he knew he would have to step up in Walsh's absence, but thought as a group they could have been a little sharper in the season finale.

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     Josh Owens racked up 96 rushing yards, and a score, on 18 carries.  Dawson Swinehart gained 84 yards, including a 55-yard touchdown, on 7 carries.  Lyndon compiled 334 yards, while holding Northern Heights to 200 yards and forcing 4 turnovers.  The Wildcats were led by Donovan Read's(Reed) 119 yards on 21 carries.

   Lyndon finishes the regular season 9-0.  Northern Heights falls to 4-5.  The Tigers and the Wildcats open the playoffs against each other next Friday in Lyndon.

Olpe defeated Jayhawk Linn 59-16. The Eagles play at Wabaunsee next Friday in the first round of the play-offs.

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