Late field goal gives Sauk Centre 16-13 win and sends Braves to Paynesville for opener

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Layton Connelly hands off to Brett Sulier (44), who led the Braves in rushing and was second in total tackles.

The Benson football team closed out the regular-season with a 16-13 loss to Sauk Centre, Friday night on Brock Field.  The Braves had their chances against the Mainstreeters, but a late field goal by Sauk Centre gave it a late 16-6 lead and after Benson pulled to within 16-13 with a touchdown with just over a minute remaining in the game, Sauk Centre was able to run out the clock to preserve the win.
“Our defense had a bend, but don’t break, mentality, and despite giving up some yardage during the game, for the most part, we were able to keep Sauk Centre out of the end zone,” Benson head coach Scott Gonnerman said.  “Our defensive line (Zack Sonnabend, Mitch Koosmann, Everett Lee, and Shawn Aarhus) was able to control the line of scrimmage for the most part.

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