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Sherman’s comeback attempt falls short

Huskies erase 20-0 halftime deficit, but loses, 36-34

Sherman Husky running back Maverick Winslow tries to hit the sideline on a running play in Friday’s 1A football contest played at Dufur High School. The Huskies trailed 20-0 at halftime, but then gained 314 yards of offense, 205 through the air, in outscoring Crane 34-16 in the second half. The Huskies scored with 33 seconds left in regulation, but a conversion pass sailed short and Crane hung on for the 36-34 triumph.                                                                                                                        Ray Rodriguez photo


Sherman Husky running back Maverick Winslow tries to hit the sideline on a running play in Friday’s 1A football contest played at Dufur High School. The Huskies trailed 20-0 at halftime, but then gained 314 yards of offense, 205 through the air, in outscoring Crane 34-16 in the second half. The Huskies scored with 33 seconds left in regulation, but a conversion pass sailed short and Crane hung on for the 36-34 triumph. Ray Rodriguez photo



DUFUR – The Sherman Huskies managed just 27 yards of offense in the opening half and committed 135 yards in penalties for the game, and still had a chance to pull off a comeback win over Crane...

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