FOX's Finest: 8-28-17

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The Upton-Sundance Patriots fly the friendly skies, and the Central Cobblers chalk up a dramatic first win of the season.
We recap the week that was in this week's edition of the FOX's Finest.

Scoopers on the 1st and 10 from their own 49 yard line, Gavin West hands off to Noah Wamsher, who takes off up the left side, so much speed he runs out of sight of the camera for a second and carries it into the end zone for the 51 yard touchdown.
The Sturgis Scoopers who were winless last season, picked up the w in their first game of 20-17, beating Belle Fourche 40-21 the final score.
Out to first night action from the Range Days Rodeo and a trio of outstanding cowboys setting a strong tone in the bareback.
Mullen, Nebraska's Steven Dent on Rock and Roll Lunatic and he'll take the top spot with an 81 point ride.
Not to be outdone, JR Vezain from Cowley, Wyoming, currently fifth in the world, makes a meal out of this one as he picks up a matching score of 81.
Still not finished, Zwingle, Iowa cowboy Tim O'Connell with a stranglehold on the top spot in the world standings won't lose any ground on this ride. He'll hang tough to the buzzer and he'll join the leaders with an 81 point ride of his own.
All three will eventually tie for third in the event.
Out to Deadwood where the Golddiggers hosting Upton-Sundance and the Patriots putting in work.
Upton-Sundance leading 7-nothing and looking for more Clayton Louderback fires down the sideline. Kye Taylor has a step, makes the catch in-stride and strolls in for the touchdown. Outstanding pass by Louderback, terrific catch by Taylor.
Upton-Sundance rolls to the win. 42-to-6 your final score.
Now, four-seconds left in the game. The cobblers two-yards out of the end zone, and they go with the full-back dive for the touchdown! A great play-call as Jetzon Olson scores the game-winning, walk-off touchdown and
Rapid City Central starts the season with the win, shocking Lincoln with a 14-13 victory, BEATING AN EAST RIVER TEAM FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 20-13.>