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Brayden Lund tries to turn the corner for AHSTW but is scoped out by Logan-Magnolia’s Dylan Oviatt. The Panthers ruined the Vikings homecoming, 49-19.

AVOCA – Logan-Magnolia put a damper on the AHSTW homecoming celebration.

A 27-point second quarter did the damage, as the Vikings were unable to stop the Panthers’ potent rushing attack in a 49-19 loss Friday night in Avoca.

Brody West and Gavin Maguire each rolled up more than 100 yards for the Panthers, who at 6-1 only solidified their position with the non-district win. The Panthers ended with 467 yards total offense and also ran back an interception for a touchdown.

The Vikings (3-4), who put up three late scores, will try to regroup for their regular-season finale against Council Bluffs St. Albert, which won for the first time with a 9-8 win over Sidney Friday night.

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