Published On: Sat, Oct 1st, 2011

Cedar Catholic whips up on Neligh

HARTINGTON — The Cedar Catholic Trojans showed a few new wrinkles Friday as their offense rolled up a huge 48-6 win over hapless Neligh-Oakdale here Friday.

The win puts Cedar at 3-2 on the year and drops Neligh to 0-5.

The Trojans put 20 unanswered points on the board in the first quarter to take control from the start.

Cedar senior Logan Weinandt made an immediate impact on the game right from the start. Weinandt, who was seeing his first action of the season Friday, took the short opening kick-off and juked his way 33 yards to the 49 yard-line to give Cedar excellent field position for its first drive.

Weinandt got the ball again on an end-around on the first play from scrimmage. He ripped through the defense on a 21-yard run to quickly move into the red zone.

Cedar then lined up in the Wildcat offense, and Keenan Sudbeck took the snap before racing up the middle on a 14-yard run.

A Kyle Klug to Logan Weinandt 15-yard TD pass finished the drive. Zach Wuebben then booted the extra point to give the Trojans a quick 7-0 lead just one minute into the game.

Check out Wednesday’s Cedar County News for the complete game report.

 

 

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