Posted On: 10/28/17 6:30 AM

When Brady Torborg intercepted his second pass of the game late in the 4th quarter he took off down Lakeville South's sidelines and put an exclamation point on a defensive struggle by scoring the only touchdown of the game to give the Cougars – after a two-point conversion – a 13-0 win over the Woodbury Royals.

Torborg did double duty for the host Cougars. The senior has started at safety the entire year, but an injury to starting quarterback George Brekke forced Torborg into the dual role of starting safety and starting quarterback.

"He hasn't played quarterback much at all this season," Lakeville South head coach Tyler Krebs said. "Our starting quarterback got hurt so stepping in this week taking quarterback reps, and then he played full-time on defense, he punted  - he is a heck of a football player. He had an unbelievable game tonight."Outside of Torborg and the defense played by both teams the story of the game was the weather. Neither team consistently moved the ball –, especially against the wind.

Lakeville South had the wind at their back for the first quarter, and they used it

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