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College football: Saints open MIAC play at Augsburg

West and Co. look to build momentum off of last week’s win.

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DULUTH — St. Scholastica will look to build momentum off last week’s win when the Saints open MIAC play against Augsburg at 1 p.m. Saturday in Minneapolis.

The Saints (1-1) are coming off a 63-14 nonconference victory over former UMAC foe Crown in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota.

Sophomore quarterback Donald West led the way with an efficient performance, going 17-for-24 passing for 227 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

Ashton Hian rushed for 92 yards and three touchdowns, Nick Schlender added 66 yards and a touchdown and freshman Logan Orvedahl, a Moose Lake/Willow River product, added four carries for 41 yards and another score.

Simon Randorf led the CSS defense with seven tackles while Colby Jorschumb, Kyle Oswald and Antonio Bugni had interceptions. St. Scholastica held a 458 to 351 advantage in yards while forcing five turnovers by Crown (0-3).


Augsburg (2-0) rolled to a 45-7 victory over Martin Luther last week in New Ulm, Minnesota, as Cade Sheehan was 14-for-22 passing for 239 yards, with a touchdown and no interceptions. The Auggies also had an incredible three fumble recoveries for touchdowns.

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