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  After gaining just 266 total net yards and scoring only one touchdown in a 10-7 loss in their season-opener last Saturday, the Chadron State College football team piled up 599 yards and scored six TDs Saturday night while outscoring South Dakota Mines 41-25 at Elliott Field in Chadron. The Eagles owned a 21-3 halftime lead and widened the gap to 35-10 early in the fourth quarter while retaining possession of the Eagle-Rock Trophy that goes to the winner. Five of the game's 10 touchdowns came in the fourth quarter, when a wet, heavy snow was falling, but did nothing to hamper either team's offense. The long-time rivals combined for 1,047 yards.

Senior quarterback Dalton Holst had an exceptional game for the winners, completing 19 of 27 passes for 361 yards and two touchdowns. His leading receivers were senior Cole Thurness, a native of Rapid City, with eight catches for 175 yards and junior Chad Mikelson with six for 166 yards. The Eagles also ran the ball well, gaining 238 yards on 46 plays. Jalen Starks, a transfer from UCLA who weighs in the neighborhood of 250 pounds, carried 17 times for 116 yards and scored on runs of one, four and nine yards. - Chadron State Football

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