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Huskies take one on chin at West Fork

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It wasn’t exactly how Nashua-Plainfield coach Justin Eiffler and his Huskies wanted to start off 2017.  Then again, the opponent may have had something to do with it as West Fork rolled to a 59-27 victory over the Huskies last Friday night.  “West Fork is a solid team, just like they have been for years,” Eiffler said after his team fell to 3-6 overall and 2-5 in Top of Iowa East Division play.  The Warhawks, who suffered their first conference loss last month since Sheffield-Chapin/Meservey-Thornton and Rockwell-Swaledale consolidated into West Fork almost 10 years ago, took control early as they raced out to an 18-2 first quarter lead.  West Fork upped the lead to 27-9 at halftime, led 38-20 heading into the fourth quarter and then pulled away as it improved to 8-2 overall and 6-1 in division play.  Yet, Eiffler felt there were some positives that came out of the game.  More on the story may be found in the Jan. 12 Reporter.

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