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Rangers show strength in blowout home win

Dufur uses physical play in its decisive 70-32 win

Dufur Ranger football players, pictured from left to right, Asa Farrell, Anthony Thomas and Tanner Masterson combined for 475 yards rushing on 19 carries with nine touchdowns in the three-time defending champions 70-32 romp against Triad Thursday in opening-night action at Dufur High School. The Rangers led 56-20 at the half using the ground attack to overwhelm the Timberwolves.

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Dufur Ranger football players, pictured from left to right, Asa Farrell, Anthony Thomas and Tanner Masterson combined for 475 yards rushing on 19 carries with nine touchdowns in the three-time defending champions 70-32 romp against Triad Thursday in opening-night action at Dufur High School. The Rangers led 56-20 at the half using the ground attack to overwhelm the Timberwolves.



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Dufur Ranger Parker Wallace makes a tackle on a kick return in the second half of Thursday’s football game. The Rangers kept a powerful Triad offense at bay and used a quick-strike offense to grab an early lead they would not relinquish.

The Dufur Rangers won their 21st straight game and first of the new season by a 70-32 margin over Triad Thursday in opening-day football action at Dufur High School...

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