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ALBERTON — The Arlee Warriors recovered from a deep deficit to beat Clark Fork, the Superior-Alberton coop team, 46-28 on Friday.

No stats were reported.


The Pirates traveled to Frenchtown on Friday, shutting out the Broncs 33-0.

Quarterback Tanner Wilson rushed for 176 yards on 19 carries and four touchdowns. He was 12-21 for 204 yards passing with one touchdown, which came on a 36-yard pass to Matthew Rensvold. In addition to the touchdown, Rensvold had nine catches for 179 yards. Fullback Colton Cote rushed for 103 yards on 14 carries.

On defense Rensvold had nine tackles and a sack. Defensive lineman Kabe Webster had eight tackles and 3.5 sacks.

Polson heads into homecoming week 3-1 overall and 1-0 in conference. The Pirates hose the Whitefish Bulldogs at 7 p.m. Friday. Beginning at 2:35 p.m. Friday, the homecoming parade travels from Polson High School past Cherry Valley Elementary, down Main Street, past the Courthouse on Third Avenue and ends behind Linderman Gym.


Polson 33, Frenchtown 0

Polson 7 6 14 6 - 33

Frenchtown 0 0 0 0 - 0

P - Tanner Wilson 1 run (Jonah Burke kick)

P - Wilson 4 run (PAT failed)

P - Wilson 9 run (pass good) P - Matthew Rensvold 36 pass from Wilson (PAT failed)

P - Wilson 48 run (PAT failed)


DARBY — The Vikings continued their high-scoring dominance when they traveled to Darby Friday night, earning a 66-12 win over the Tigers.

Although Darby scored first with a 72- yard kickoff return to open the game, the Vikings stuffed the Tigers with 60 unanswered points — including a 53-yard TD run by Jared Doty in the second quarter — and kept Darby from scoring again until the final 7 seconds of the third quarter. Tyson Petticrew iced the cake with a final touchdown pass to quarterback Landers Smith in the fourth as the Vikings tallied 239 rushing yards and 217 passing on the night. Smith competed 14 of 18 passes for 170 yards and four touchdowns. Doty had six carries for 125 yards, averaging just under 21 yards per carry.

On defense, Doty and Zane Hafliger led with at least five tackles each while Wrangler Gustaud earned 3.5 tackles and a sack.

The Vikings host Clark Fork Friday at 7 p.m. for their homecoming game.

Charlo 66, Darby 12

Charlo 24 20 16 6 - 66

Darby 6 0 6 0 - 12

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