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Bonus: Additional Footage from Hermantown's Hammer Game Win Over Proctor

Updated: 09/11/2013 2:51 PM
Created: 09/11/2013 11:43 AM WDIO.com
By: Kyle Aune

Hermantown, Minn. - This is additional footage from the 2013 'Hammer Game,' filmed by WDIO Photojournalist Kyle Aune. The Hermantown Hawks won 'The Hammer' for the third straight year, defeating Proctor 22-0 on Friday night in Hermantown.

All of the scoring happened in the second half. Jaahad Gow recovered a fumble that he returned 35 yards for a touchdown to make it 6-0 Hermantown in the 3rd quarter. Zach Royer followed that up with a 10-yard touchdown run and two-point conversion to make it 14-0 Hermantown in the 3rd quarter. In the 4th quarter, Paul Glowacki scored on a 35-yard touchdown run. Royer scored on the two-point conversion to make it 22-0 Hermantown.

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