CAMBRIDGE- The #15 seeded Cambridge Trojans hosted #2 seeded Cross County, and it was the Cougars getting the win in a big way 54-16. Cross County was paced by a strong ground game as unofficially they had 521 yards on the ground. Leading the way for the Cougars was Issac Noyd with 209 yards and two scores and Carter Seim with 202 yards and three touchdowns.
Cross County has moved to the quarterfinals in the Class D1 Playoffs and will take on #7 seeded Elm Creek next Friday, November 6th.
KOOL Sports – Football Cross County vs Cambridge https://t.co/JiyylKEg5F
— 104.9 Max Country (@1049maxcountry) October 31, 2020