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Prep football: Turnovers hurt Clippers in loss to Generals

12:51 AM, Aug. 31, 2013
Sturgeon Bay's Ross Wierzba sacks Milwaukee Rufus King quarterback Collin Sathe during a nonconference game Friday at Sturgeon Bay.
Sturgeon Bay's Ross Wierzba sacks Milwaukee Rufus King quarterback Collin Sathe during a nonconference game Friday at Sturgeon Bay.
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A young and mostly inexperienced Sturgeon Bay High School football team showed it's not familiar with the word quit Friday night in a 48-28 nonconference loss to Milwaukee Rufus King at Sturgeon Bay's Memorial Field.

Plagued by turnovers and unable to keep pace with the big-play Generals, the Clippers dug themselves into a deep 34-7 halftime hole but still mounted an impressive second-half effort.

The Clippers rolled up a whopping a 428 total yards spearheaded by Lucas Stephenson's 168 yards rushing and Matthew VanBramer's 239 yards passing. But the Clippers committed six turnovers, ...

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