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Team effort spurred Luers

Quinn Cook’s throwing arm isn’t usually the launch point for the Bishop Luers offense. But it was Friday night as Luers beat Andrean 35-21 to advance to its fourth straight Class 2A state championship game.

Cook’s 30-yard touchdown pass to Michael Rogers with 35 seconds left in the first quarter put the Knights on the scoreboard, and Andrean never caught up thereafter. It was a classic example of the way Luers won the game; five different players scored, and six different ballplayers contributed to the Knights’ 334 rushing yards.

"Everybody stepped up and played well," Luers coach Steve Keefer said.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.

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