Archive - Oct 22, 2011 - Sports Article
KANE â€“ Ridgway and Kane were submerged in a muddy defensive stalemate in the first half.
The Elkers used a timely long run and a long drive to emerge with the win.
Ridgway used 14 second-half points which were the only points of the game as the Elkers won 14-0 over Kane Friday night at Paul R. Miller Stadium.
"I'm proud of the kids," Ridgway coach Mark Heindl said. "Our offensive and defensive lines came to play."