Tigers Trounce Storm

Tigers Trounce Storm Click to Enlarge Photo: KNSI Sports

(KNSI) - St. Cloud Tech blasted Sauk Rapids to remain undefeated in their new stadium and complete the regular season sweep of the local St. Cloud teams.

The Tigers started out rough on their first drive after Sam Oster dropped a wide-open touchdown pass from Nate Trewick.

Sauk Rapids then started the scoring after a long drive was capped-off on a Kobe Lee sneak and an extra-point put the Storm up 7-0.

Tech then sustained a long drive of their own and Kedrick Osuorah brought the Tigers within two after the two-point-attempt was no good.

St. Cloud Tech then went up 14-7 after Troy Feddema twisted his way into the end zone.

Feddema then scored his second touchdown in the second quarter to put the Tigers up 22-7.

Sauk Rapids kept the score close when Tayton Philavanh scored a 62-yard touchdown; however, that was their last score of the game.

Oster made good on his second chance at a touchdown to put Tech on top 30-14 at halftime.

Feddema then scored his third touchdown of the game and rout was on as the Storm just could not recover from Tech's rushing attack and they found themselves down 38-14.

Midway through the third quarter, the Tigers were up 44-14 after Oster scored his second touchdown of the game; he ended the night with five catches for 73 yards and two touchdwons.

Along with his three touchdowns, Feddema tallied 195 yards rushing off his 21 touches to give him eight touchdowns the last eight days; he was given the All-Star Trophy Player of the Game award for his efforts.

Osuorah carried the ball 14 times for 142 yards and added one touchdown.

Trewick added 101 yards passing but the Tigers did most of their damage on the ground.

With the loss, Sauk Rapids falls to 1-3 on the season and they will play Hutchinson at home next week.

After the decisive victory, Tech moves to 3-1 and will now travel to Bemidji for a tough battle next week Friday; that game can be heard on the KNSI Sports Network.

Feddema Touchdown

Osuorah Touchdown

Oster's Second Touchdown

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