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Big 8 Friday: Sun Prairie and Memorial improve to 5-0

Published On: Sep 20 2013 10:52:51 PM CDT

Sun Prairie beat Madison Lafollette 40-20 Friday night in Sun Prairie to win the battle of the unbeaten teams. The Cardinals are now 5-0 and they are playoff eligible.

Sun Prairie started the scoring when Noah Diaz scored on a 76-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. 

Cahleel Copus had an 18-yard touchdown right to bring the Lancers within 8, 20-12.

But Sun Prairie pulled away down the stretch.

Meanwhile, Memorial improved to 5-0 beating Verona 17-14. Jason Weah and Trevis Miller scored touchdowns in the 3 point win.

Memorial hosts Sun Prairie next Friday 7:30 p.m. at Mansfield.

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