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By JOHN McCALLUM
Managing Editor 

Blackhawks outlast weather, Cashmere, in 22-15 win

Conditions and a tough opponent hold Cheney to 230 yards of offense

 

Last updated 10/8/2019 at 9:08am

Roger Harnack

Cashmere wide receiver Brooks Elliott is brought down by the Cheney defense.

CHENEY – Weather and a tough opponent conspired to limit the Cheney High School football team's offensive output - but not their scoring. The Blackhawks got big plays when they were needed and a sterling defensive effort in knocking off visiting Cashmere 22-15 in non-league action Friday night, Sept. 20.

Rain, some wind and abnormally cold temperatures held both teams offenses somewhat in check as the Bulldogs and Blackhawks combine for 365 total yards, with Cheney earning the most at 230, including 169 on the ground. Most of those yards came from junior tailback Dalton Harriett, who open...



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