Dundee-Crown beats Elgin in Steinhaus’ debut

By Steve Nichols


Before Dundee-Crown went out and defeated Elgin 36-22 at Memorial Field Saturday in a rescheduled game from Friday night, Kiwi Seals and Malik Dunner mutually agreed that whoever received the opening kickoff, one of them was going to pull a Devin Hester and run it back to the house.

“I said (to Dunner), ‘bro if you get it, I got you, we’re running it back, no matter what,’ ” said Seals. “And (Friday night’s game) got postponed two seconds before the kickoff (Friday) and so it was the same thing (Saturday): run it back.”

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