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Prep football: Everest overcomes turnovers to beat Wausau East

12:09 AM, Sep. 28, 2013
Wausau East's Sam Romanski, left, and D.C. Everest quarterback Nick Sierakowski race to recover a fumble during Friday's football game at Stiehm Stadium in Weston.
Wausau East's Sam Romanski, left, and D.C. Everest quarterback Nick Sierakowski race to recover a fumble during Friday's football game at Stiehm Stadium in Weston.
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Whether it's a single game or an entire season in general, the D.C. Everest football team doesn't always do things the easy way.

Friday night's homecoming game against Wausau East was a perfect example as the Evergreens had to overcome turnovers on their first three possessions and a seven-point first quarter deficit to pull out a 36-7 victory over the Lumberjacks on Steffenhagen Field at Stiehm Stadium.

The victory was the second straight for the Evergreens, who improved to 2-2 in the Valley Football Association North and 3-3 overall. East fell to 1-3 in the VFA and 1-5 overall. ...

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