Football | St. Charles looks sharp again
CANNON FALLS — St. Charles is looking more and more like a juggernaut.
The Saints kept their impressive season going on Friday, romping past Cannon Falls 32-8 in Southeast District, White Sub-District football.
It moved St. Charles to 3-0 overall. They’ve won those by a combined 132-28.
St. Charles built a 26-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Logan Wendt scored twice for the Saints, once on a 37-yard run, once on a 3-yard run.
Sam Holtz had scoring runs of 60 yards and 5 yards for St. Charles and Mark Buringa ran 25 yards for a touchdown.
St. Charles rushed for a whopping 362 yards.
Logan Hofstedt had 143 yards rushing on 21 carries for the Bombers, who slipped to 0-3.
ST. CHARLES 32, CANNON FALLS 8