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Dufur Ranger junior Abraham Kilby overcame a car accident last Tuesday morning and was medically cleared by doctors to participate in Saturday’s 1A state semifinal game. Offensively, the No. 2-seeded Rangers ran 67 plays for 492 yards, 258 coming on the ground on 44 rushes. The defense held No. 6 Falls City to 166 yards of offense on its final seven drives, forcing two turnovers, three loss of downs and one touchdown in a 58-28 victory.

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Dufur heads to 1A championship game

HILLSBORO – Early last Tuesday morning on his way to school, Dufur junior Abraham Kilby hit some black ice on the road, skidded to an embankment and flipped three times into a ditch. Medically cleared by doctors, and after getting the final affirmation from head coach Jack Henderson on game day, Kilby dressed down for Saturday’s 1A state semifinal football game against Falls City, and posted five tackles with two sacks, one of those coming on a fourth down play late in the third quarter that kept his team ahead 38-22, in what was a 58-28 victory at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.

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