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Black Hawk triumphs
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Black Hawk sophomore quarterback Michael Flanagan, making his first start, looks downfield for a receiver during a game against Benton-Scales Mound on Friday. (Times photo: Mark Nesbitt)
SOUTH WAYNE - It was a big occasion for Black Hawk sophomore Michael Flanagan, but he wasn't fazed. Making his first career varsity start at quarterback Friday night, Flanagan completed 9 of 14 passes for 192 yards and three touchdowns to propel Black Hawk to a 22-6 win over Benton-Scales Mound, which is ranked eighth in the WisSports.net Division 7 Coaches poll. Flanagan got the start because sophomore quarterback Brody Milz was serving a one-game suspension for two personal foul calls he was flagged for last week for excessive blocking against Pecatonica-Argyle.

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