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Girard scored early in the fourth quarter to pull within a touchdown, but South Range answered with two quick touchdowns and then tacked on a third as they pulled away in the final minutes.
Toy struck first in the game with a two-yard touchdown to give the Raiders a seven-point lead. The score was set up by a fumble recovery on Girard’s first offensive play of the game. Blake Ewert‘s short touchdown run extended the lead to 14-0.
Toy found Gaven Nagy for a touchdown pass early in the second quarter and followed it up with his second rushing score of the game five minutes later.
Sims’ fifth rushing touchdown of the season closed the gap to 28-14 before the teams headed to the locker room.
After a scoreless third, Sims again found the end zone, his second rushing and third total touchdown of the game to cut the Raiders’ lead to just seven points with 11:21 remaining in the game.
But the Raiders, especially Toy, would take the reigns from there.
Toy’s third rushing touchdown (and fourth total touchdown) gave the Raiders a two-possession lead again. He then picked off an errant Girard pass on defense, setting up an Aiden Dominguez score.
Trey Combs’ seven-yard touchdown with two minutes left to play put an exclamation point on a dominate nine-minute stretch for the Raiders in the final quarter.
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