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Another shutout win for Knappa

The Daily Astorian

Published on September 10, 2017 8:51PM

Krissy Barendse-Goodman/For the Daily Astorian
Knappa's Kanai Phillip, right, delivers a stiff-arm to a Toledo defender in Friday's game.

Krissy Barendse-Goodman/For the Daily Astorian Knappa's Kanai Phillip, right, delivers a stiff-arm to a Toledo defender in Friday's game.

Krissy Barendse-Goodman/For the Daily Astorian
Knappa quarterback Kaleb Miller picks up yardage on a scramble in the Loggers' win Friday.

Krissy Barendse-Goodman/For the Daily Astorian Knappa quarterback Kaleb Miller picks up yardage on a scramble in the Loggers' win Friday.

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TOLEDO — Two games, 93 points, two shutout victories.

The Knappa Loggers are right on pace, two weeks into the 2017 football season.

Knappa scored another easy nonleague win Friday night, this time by a 52-0 count at Toledo.

The Loggers are now 2-0 overall, and their defense has still not given up a point.

It all adds up to a No. 10 rating in the latest OSAA rankings, as Knappa continues its climb towards the No. 1 spot.

“We’re playing good team football,” said Knappa coach Aaron Barendse. “The kids have really bought in to our ‘All In’ motto. Our seniors are doing a great job teaching the young guys and building their confidence.

“It’s become a family,” he added. “I couldn’t be prouder of this group. Our O- and D-line played fantastic and our corners were very physical, which took away their short passing game and outside run. We have some things to work on, but I’m confident the kids will continue to work to try and reach the goals they’ve set this season.”



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