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OLIVIA — BOLD responded in a giant means on a brief week.

After being shut out by Eden Valley-Watkins in Week 5 to finish a 39-game regular-season win streak, the seventh-ranked (in Class A) Warriors jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead en path to a 35-14 dwelling victory Wednesday in opposition to Kimball.

BOLD defensive lineman Xavier Basaldua (middle) celebrates with teammates after recovering a fumble in the first quarter of Wednesday's game against Kimball at Olivia. 

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BOLD defensive lineman Xavier Basaldua (center) celebrates with teammates after recovering a fumble within the first quarter of Wednesday’s sport in opposition to Kimball at Olivia.

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After the Cubs’ opening drive ended with a fumble restoration by BOLD’s Xavier Basaldua, the Warriors wanted simply two performs to achieve the top zone as Drew Sagedahl broke free for a 34-yard landing run.

BOLD scored as soon as extra within the first quarter as fullback Tim Peppel stiff-armed and bulldozed his method to a landing run of 28 yards. Peppel led the speeding assault with 187 yards on 23 carries.

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Fourteen seconds into the second quarter, Sagedahl discovered the top zone as soon as once more with a 21-yard TD run. Then with 22 seconds to go earlier than halftime, the Warriors’ Avery Herdina hauled in a cross from Sagedahl for a 25-yard rating.

BOLD quarterback Drew Sagedahl (left) high-steps through a Kimball tackle on the way to a 34-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of Wednesday's game in Olivia. 

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BOLD quarterback Drew Sagedahl (left) high-steps by a Kimball deal with on the way in which to a 34-yard landing run within the first quarter of Wednesday’s sport in Olivia.

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After utilizing his legs and arm, Sagedahl received to point out off his palms as he lined up broad and caught a 7-yard landing cross from Braeden Tersteeg.

Ending the common season at 5-1, the Warriors await the beginning of the Part 5A event, which is about to start on Tuesday, Nov. 17. The part area has three groups ranked in Wednesday’s state soccer ballot: Minneota (third), Dawson-Boyd (fourth) and BOLD (tied for seventh).

BOLD's Braeden Tersteeg runs after the ball for a pass deflection during Wednesday's game against Kimball at Olivia. 

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BOLD’s Braeden Tersteeg runs after the ball for a cross deflection throughout Wednesday’s sport in opposition to Kimball at Olivia.

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Kimball (4-2) 0 0 0 14 — 14
BOLD (5-1) 14 14 0 7 — 35
Scoring Performs
B – Drew Sagedahl 34 run (Braeden Tersteeg kick)
B – Tim Peppel 28 run (Tersteeg kick)
B – Sagedahl 21 run (Tersteeg kick)
B – Avery Herdina 24 cross from Sagedahl (Tersteeg kick)
B – Sagedahl 7 cross from Tersteeg (Tersteeg kick)
Okay – Gabe Becker 13 pas from Lucas Jansky (Ashton Hanan cross from Jansky)
Okay – Andy Becker 3 run (cross failed)
Stats not out there

First downs: 8 … Penalties: 2-10 … Speeding (Particular person and workforce): Tim Peppel 23-187, Drew Sagedahl 10-63, David Garcia 2-5, Austin Keicker 2-(-2), Hudson Vosika 1-9. … Passing (Particular person and workforce): Sagedahl 2-3-32-0, Tersteeg 1-1-7-0. 3-4-39-0 … Receiving (Particular person and workforce): Avery Herdina 2-32, Sagedahl 1-7 … Interceptions: None … Fumble recoveries: Tersteeg 1, Xavier Basaldua 1 … Tackles (solo-assist): Tersteeg 1-7, Basaldua 1-5, George Garcia 1-4, Sagedahl 2-3, Ethan Sullivan 1-4, Connor Plumley 2-2 … QB sacks: Plumley 1



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