New Hampton tight end Drake Wemark brushes aside Waverly-Shell Rock’s Donovan Wessel to pick up extra yards after making a catch in the first half of Friday’s homecoming game.

Homecoming thriller

Chickasaws make the big plays in 13-6 win over Waverly-Shell Rock

The lesson from Friday’s New Hampton football game Friday was simple: Heart beats size.

Yes, New Hampton was outweighed by 30 to 40 pounds at virtually every position, and yes, the usually reliable Chickasaw running game sputtered, but New Hampton found a way by playing tough, physical football in a 13-6 homecoming victory over the Go-Hawks.

“Defensively, I was really happy with the way we played,” New Hampton coach Scott Frerichs said after New Hampton evened its record at 2-2, “and we made enough big plays on both sides of the ball and on special teams to win. As coaches, we couldn’t be prouder of the effort they gave us.”

For more on this story see the September 24 Tribune.

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