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OCTOBER 24, 2012 THE PRESS PAGE 9 Photos: Larry Biri Right: Aggie running back Cole Rehovsky had a great game scoring four touchdowns, running the ball 17 times for 98 yards. The Falcons had no answer for the determined running game of the Aggies. The Aggies, the No. 4 seed from Region 2 traveled to Buffalo, last Saturday to take on the No.1 seed from Region 1, Maple Valley-Enderlin. The Aggies ran all over the Falcons in a 24-20 win. Chad ran 28 times for 144 yards. As a team the Aggies ran for 271 yards. The Aggies travel to Langdon this Saturday in a quarter-final match-up with the Cardinals. Top Left: Aggies Esten Beneda, (l-r) Kyle Ferguson, and Cole Re- hovsky let a collective holler following the big playoff win over Maple Valley-Enderlin Saturday in Buffalo. Bottom Left: Park River Fordville-Lankin head coach Robert Goll celebrates the playoff win over Maple Valley-Enderlin. Playoffs 2012: Aggies trample Falcons Left: Aggie quarterback Abraham Hankey had a steady game for the Aggies running the ball sixtimes for 29 yards, getting key yardage on the winning drive with 2 minutes 25 seconds to go. Top Center: The Aggies were a sure tackling team on this day. Aggies defensive back Levi Cudmore takes down the Falcons quarterback Jordan Haseleu on a short gain. Top Right: Park River Fordville- Lankin Aggie running back Chad Jelinek gets good yards behind a Cole Re- hovsky block. Bottom Right: Cole Rehovsky eyes the end zone on this 13-yard touchdown run. Cole also scored touchdowns on runs of one, two and three yards in the big 24-20 playoff win over Maple Valley-Enderlin. ,: with Yourda$$ifled ad will appear ht all 90 North Dakota dally andweekly newspapers : :_ foe Only Ca ,:, y::r :saspge r for details HELP WANTED SEEKING ECONOMIC DEVELOPER with grant writing, marketing, leadership skills. Part time preferred. 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