Whittemore takes 22-12 over Hurons

Huron defenders team up to gang tackle a Whittemore-Prescott runner in Friday's game. (Photo by Richard Lamb)
Huron defenders team up to gang tackle a Whittemore-Prescott runner in Friday’s game. (Photo by Richard Lamb)

Rogers City (3-4) suffered a painful loss to the Whittemore-Prescott Cardinals Friday. The Cardinals potent running game gave the Hurons trouble in the 22-12 loss. Rogers City hosts Newberry in the homecoming game Oct. 14 and finishes the season with a home game against Manton Oct. 21.

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More details in the net edition of the Presque Isle County Advance.