Locos rout Bulldogs on Homecoming

Chris Mcconnell
Thursday, September 30, 2021
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Loco Senior Konner Gregerson busts through the sign during introductions at Friday’s Homecoming game while the LHS Cheer Squad gives encouragement.

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Dalton Boehler makes a nice grab on a six–yard touchdown reception in the 2nd quarter of Laurel’s 42–0 Homecoming win over Hardin on Friday. Outlook photos by Chris McConnell

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The Laurel Volunteer Fire Department set off fireworks at halftime of the 2021 Homecoming game on Friday.

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LHS Senior Beau Dantic kicks a successful extra point during the Locos’ Homecoming rout of Hardin on Sept. 24.

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The Locos cruised to a 42–0 Homecoming win over Hardin on Friday to move to 4–0 on the season.

Kyson Moran connected with Konnor Gregerson for a 31–yard touchdown with 6:38 left in the 1st quarter.

With 50 seconds left in the quarter Beau Dantic ran the ball 20 yards for the score. After Moran scored on the 2–point conversion, Laurel led 14–0.

After a Hardin punt and 47 yard return by Owen Wilcox, Moran connected with Dalton Boehler for a six yard TD pass. Dantic’s extra point was good and Laurel was up 21–0 with 9:36 left in the half.

With 5:59 left, Moran threw his third TD of the half to Wilcox for five yards and Laurel went up 28–0.

Dantic added another score with 19 seconds left in the half and after the extra point was blocked Laurel went into the half up 34–0. The Locos stepped off the gas

The Locos stepped off the gas in the 3rd and 4th quarters and the defense held, securing the 42–0 win.

Moran was 7–10 for 107 yards and three touchdowns and Gus Robertson came off the bench to toss a 57–yard TD pass to Max Brown. Dantic had four rushes for 38 yards and two TDs. Brown, Boehler, Gregerson and Wilcox each had a TD reception. Wilcox had three punt returns for 62 yards.

Laurel had 299 total yards offense and the defense held the Bulldogs under 100 with 97 on the game.

Laurel heads to Billings on Friday to face Central in a rematch of the 2020 State Class A Championship game at 7 p.m. Laurel beat Central 34–0 in Lockwood last fall to win the third State Championship in school history.



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