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Breaking sports: CHINOOK TAKES CLASS C TITLE

 


Spirits could not be any higher in Chinook.

Even with the wind and constant snow fall making the weather conditions almost unbearable, fans packed the Sugarbeeters football stadium on Saturday and witnessed history.

The No. 7 Northern C Beeters defeated the No. 1 Eastern C Wibaux Longhorns 74-6, claiming their first ever Class C 8-Man football state championship. The 2010 title also marks the Beeters first football state championship.

The field was frozen solid, layered with a sheet of ice and topped off with a fresh blanket of snow. But the inconvenient conditions didn't keep the Beeters from doing what has made them successful all season long, running the ball.

Chinook junior Ben Stroh had a career day to say the least. He helped lead the Beeters to victory with six total touchdowns, including two kick returns from 69 and 70-yards out, and four rushing scores, coming from 60, 20, one and 45-yards out.

Chinook finished its year with an 11-1 record, and more importantly and Class C 8-Man state title.

For complete coverage — more stories and more photos

Spirits could not be any higher in Chinook.

Even with the wind and constant snow fall making the weather conditions almost unbearable, fans packed the Sugarbeeters football stadium on Saturday and witnessed history.

The No. 7 Northern C Beeters defeated the No. 1 Eastern C Wibaux Longhorns 74-6, claiming their first ever Class C 8-Man football state championship. The 2010 title also marks the Beeters first football state championship.

The field was frozen solid, layered with a sheet of ice and topped off with a fresh blanket of snow. But the inconvenient conditions didn't keep the Beeters from doing what has made them successful all season long, running the ball.

Chinook junior Ben Stroh had a career day to say the least. He helped lead the Beeters to victory with six total touchdowns, including two kick returns from 69 and 70-yards out, and four rushing scores, coming from 60, 20, one and 45-yards out.

Chinook finished its year with an 11-1 record, and more importantly and Class C 8-Man state title.

(For complete coverage — more stories and more photos — havredailynews.com later today and Monday's Havre Daily News.)

 
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