had home field advantage when it faced off against St. Patrick's two games ago, but the team wasn't able to capitalize. No surprise then that heading on the road didn't bring a better result. Gibbon wasn't able to scrape together any points, falling to St. Paul
28 - 0.
St. Paul's offense came in ready to rumble, picking up 25 points in the first half. That put it at a 25 - 0 advantage. This initial advantage was enough to carry it through the second half despite the team only scoring an additional three points.
St. Paul can chalk up much of its success to the efforts of senior Parker Klinginsmith, who picked up 65 yards on the ground.
The win bumped St. Paul's record up to 3-1. Gibbon dropped down to.500 with a 2-2 record.
Both Gibbon and St. Paul will be guarding their home fields in their upcoming games. St. Paul will face off against Arcadia/Loup City Friday at 7:00 PM. This will be St. Paul's most challenging opponent yet. Meanwhile, Gibbon will battle it out against Southern Valley on Friday at 7:00 PM.
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