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Vikes stomp Wildcats in Homecoming game

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Running back Devin Carone makes a move after breaking from the line of scrimmage. Carone rushed for 171 yards and scored three touchdowns in the Vikes' victory over the Wildcats. Photo by Katherine Luo.

Running back Devin Carone makes a move after breaking from the line of scrimmage. Carone rushed for 171 yards and scored three touchdowns in the Vikes' victory over the Wildcats. Photo by Katherine Luo.

Running back Devin Carone makes a move after breaking from the line of scrimmage. Carone rushed for 171 yards and scored three touchdowns in the Vikes' victory over the Wildcats. Photo by Katherine Luo.

By Chris Atkinson

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The football team (1-6) beat the Walter Johnson Wildcats (2-5) Friday in a dominant 27-7 performance for their first win of the season.

The Vikes’ run-heavy offense was successful against the Wildcats defense, as senior Devin Carone averaged 10.1 yards per carry and scored three of the Vikes’ four touchdowns.

The Vikes maintained control by avoiding turnovers throughout the game and keeping up defensive pressure.

In addition to a Homecoming victory, Friday’s game marks the 48th year in a row that the Vikes have beaten the Wildcats.

The Vikes face the Northwest Jaguars at home Friday at 6:30.

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