It was a showdown in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Dunham hosting Northeast. Both teams came in banged up, Dunham was short with their best player Derek Stingley who is an LSU commitment was out with a knee injury. Dunham scored first with Kobe Semien, but Northeast made it a game, their downfall was 4 turnovers in the first half. Ryshaun Steel lead the Vikings with tough play at the QB position.
It was 24-12 Dunham at the half, but Dunham pulled away in the second half. Northeast finished with 8 turnovers on the night. The Dunham Ant Man Defense did its job. Devin Taylor the wideout from Dunham took home the player of the game honors. Dunham finished the night with 172 rushing yards and holding Northeast to only 32.
Dunham has now won 16 straight regular-season games. They will get Stingley back for the playoffs and are looking to make a deep run.
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