Edgerton/Ellsworth wins 9-Man Prep Bowl

The 9-Man Prep Bowl featured two teams with opposite game plans. Edgerton/Ellsworth entered as a passing team and threw for 368-yards. Wheaton/Herman Norcross, a power running team, finished with 396-rushing yards. The passing team came out on top.
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The 9-Man Prep Bowl featured two teams with opposite game plans. Edgerton/Ellsworth entered as a passing team and threw for 368-yards. Wheaton/Herman Norcross, a power running team, finished with 396-rushing yards. The passing team came out on top.

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