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Hayden football falls to Norwood

— The Hayden High School football team had its hands full Saturday, losing 52-0 at Norwood (8-1), ranked No. 3 in the state in 8-man.

“They are good. But our kids did some good things,” Hayden coach Ryan Wilkie said. “They hung in there and kept battling. We’ll see how it goes this week.”

The Tigers, 1-6, will finish out the season Friday when they host Soroco (3-4) for senior night. The Rams have won back-to-back games, including Saturday’s 36-28 win over Plateau Valley.

“We are looking forward to it. They’ve had the better end of the deal lately,” Wilkie said. “We feel like it’s our job to get better every week. The kids have been working hard and maintaining a high level of intensity and focus in practice.”

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