Posted On: 09/12/18 12:33 PM

41-13 Eden Prairie. That was the final score last year when Lakeville North hooked up with Eden Prairie. The Eagles dominated the game and turned what looked like a high-powered matchup into a one-sided affair. Although the game was much closer this time around in many ways, Lakeville North was as dominate defeating Eden Prairie 14-0 as EP was a year earlier. Here are some of the many performances that impacted the Panthers' Week 2 victory over the defending state champions.
Running back Brian Curtis Jr was Lakeville North's primary offensive weapon. Although the entire offense started slow, Curtis was able to grind out most of the few yards the offense was able to generate in the first half. In the second half, Curtis had two power runs between the tackles in the red zone. The second of those went for a touchdown. When the Panthers put together their best scoring drive of the night, it was more tough inside running for Curtis. First, he found room behind offensive lineman Jack Hansen for twelve yards. Then he used a nice cut in the hole. He should have been stopped short of the first down but used his power to

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