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Posted On: 11/12/20 7:25 PM

It might not quite have matched the incredible final output of the first eight-player semifinal, but Fremont-Mills and Don Bosco came down to the very end.

Seth MalcomSethMalcom6'3" | LBFremont Mills | 2021IA, a Nebraska commit, ran for 293 yards on 40 carries, scoring four touchdowns to lead Fremont-Mills to the championship, 32-30.

Malcom has been one of the top players in the state, and he was able to shine once more on the grand stage inside the UNI-Dome. He also caught a 12-yard pass, averaged 42.5 yards on two punts with both landing inside the 20 and made 10 total tackles including two for loss.

Jake Malcom picked off a pair of passes and threw for 100 yards, hitting four different receivers while adding a rushing score.

The difference in the game was third-down conversions. Fremont-Mills was 7 of 13 compared to just 2-for-7 by Don Bosco.

Malcom showed off his speed and quickness late in the fourth, darting 50 yards to give Fremont-Mills a 32-22 lead. The Dons answered just 34 seconds later, but would get no closer.

Malcom also scored on runs of 6, 2, 74 and 8 yards.

Cael Frost, the do-everything quarterback for Don Bosco, threw for 110

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