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The Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg offensive line, which has opened holes for 1,877 yards rushing this postseason, are from left, tackle Chris DiSanto, guard Adam Wentzel, center Joey Bauman, guard Brad Kneisl and tackle Mitch Weflen. Tribune photo by T.J. Bartelt

KMS offensive line paves way to state championship

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KERKHOVEN -- A change needed to happen for Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg's football team.

After scoring 156 points in four wins to start the season, the Fighting Saints dropped the next two, totaling just 19 points, including a 22-7 loss to Royalton in Prairie South Conference action Oct. 3.

That's when head coach James Cortez knew something needed to be done differently.

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