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The Prairie View football team hosted Burlington on Sept. 22 for their Homecoming game. Homecoming is so much better with a win and the Buffalos provided that as they fought their way to a 44-19 victory.

One of the things that won this game for the Buffalos were big runs by Parker Schwarz and this is how Prairie View got its first touchdown as Schwarz scored on a 52 yard run. The extra point was no good and the Buffalos were up 6-0. Schwarz did it again this time a 76 yard touchdown run. The two point conversion from quarterback Gabe Murillo to Josh Goodwin was good and the Buffalos were up 14-0. Burlington scored on a 56 yard touchdown run before the first quarter ended to make the score 14-6 after one quarter.

The second quarter consisted of a touchdown for both teams and some nice defensive plays for the Buffalos. Goodwin ran in a nine yard touchdown for the Buffalos, the two point conversion was no good and Prairie View was up 20-6. Burlington got closer as they scored on a 14 yard touchdown run to make the score 20-12.

To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here


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