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Bear River 54, El Dorado 7

For the second straight week, the Bruins rolled to victory, defeating the Eldorado High Cougars 54-7 in the Bear River home opener at Ramsey Stadium.  A big crowd was on hand to welcome the Division V Section Champs and to help dedicate the newly installed track at the stadium, completing Bear River’s athletic facilities after 32 years.  The Bruins scored a minute and one half in on a blocked punt, run into the endzone by Austin Slining and added another quick touchdown run by Clayton Anderson to make it 13-0 and they never looked back.  Calder Kunde had another strong game, passing sparingly but effectively including touchdown passes to Dylan Scott and Tre Maronic.  The Bruins (2-0) go back on the road to play Pershing County High in Lovelock, Nevada next Friday.

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