Freshman football team has year to remember
As it is oft to do in North Dakota, wind blows in gusts as I wait in my pickup truck at Sheyenne Ninth Grade Center. A flock of Canada geese, their heads tucked deep into folded wings, rest along the edge of a nearby pond. Corn husks and bits of debris tumble across the closely-mown turf of the adjoining football field.
Soon, students filter out of the school and into awaiting yellow buses, diesel engines rumbling. They quickly fill, and the vehicles file out.
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