Turpin Looks to Continue Playoff Tradition

Brock Kappelmann - August 20, 2020 1:42 pm

The Turpin Cardinals have been to the playoffs six straight years.  That is a substantial accomplishment in B-1 which boasts of the state champion nine of the past 10 years.  The Cardinals have put themselves in position to continue that streak and be a better football team after they went 4-7 in 2019.  Turpin has 29 out for football and four starters back on both sides of the ball.  Justin Hannah enters his eighth year as head coach.

Some of the key Cardinals are Sr. QB/DE Riley Ratzlaff who was all district last year having rushed for over 1,300 yards and 20 touchdowns.  Senior WR/DB Brandon Rodriguez was an all district defensive back last year with over 100 tackles.  Senior TE/DE Bresson Edelen was all district as a tight end last year.  Senior lineman Isaahia Olivera anchors the line.  Turpin was featured during the Sportsguys on Wednesday morning.

Schedule

August 28- at Beaver (102.7)

September 4- at Tyrone (102.7)

September 11- Boise City

September 18- at Buffalo

October 2- Ringwood

October 9- Shattuck

October 15- at Canton

October 23- Balko-Forgan

October 30- at Laverne

November 6- Seiling

 

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