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Late push falls short
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Black Hawk returner Hayden Schliem is tackled by a Potosi player during a punt return in the first quarter of the Warriors 21-6 homecoming loss on Saturday.
SOUTH WAYNE - The Black Hawk Warriors football team feels it can play with any team it faces. During Saturday's homecoming game against Potosi, that feeling was true for the first 43 minutes of play.In the 44th minute, the No. 1 state-ranked Chieftains ruined all the upset bid as Taylor Udelhofen intercepted a pass and returned it 88 yards for the game's final score, 21-6."We had a few breakdown's, but other than that our kids played hard. They gave a great effort against a pretty good football team," Warriors head coached Cory Milz said.