11-MAN ? With starting wide receiver Cory Reimer out with a knee injury and tailback Cory Kofer out with a broken leg, a host of Fairview Yellowjackets have stepped into their roles the past few weeks.

Fairview coach Chris Cayot said Reimer and Kofer were the two fastest players on the team.

Junior Jed Young has seen most of the time in place of Reimer, and Drew Classen has taken over most of the plays at tailback. Chance Voth, Fairview's third-fastest player, has filled in a bit at both spots, but is nursing a hamstring injury.



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??Deer Creek-Lamont coach David Zachary isn't taking any chances when the Wildcats play District B-1 leader Cashion in a non-district game Thursday.

"This game means absolutely nothing to us,'' said Zachary, whose Eagles clinched a playoff berth by beating Shidler Friday. "The last thing I want to do is to get someone hurt. I'm not for sure how we're going to play it, but I don't think I'm going to play the first group the whole game."'



? Ringwood's Jason Unruh has made a successful switch from the secondary to nose guard. He had 20 tackles in a 32-8 win over Balko. He had two tackles for losses and intercepted a pass.

"A lot of teams have had trouble trying to block him,'' said Ringwood coach Doug Seely.



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