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Photo package: Southwest Valley defeats top-ranked St. Albert

Published: Monday, Oct. 9, 2017 4:17 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Oct. 9, 2017 4:53 a.m. CDT
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(CNA photo by KALEB CARTER)
Southwest Valley defensive lineman Brett Schafroth (52) tackles St. Albert ball-carrier Luke Gronstal as teammates Jacob Webb (56, behind Schafroth) and Taylor Kuhn (4) fly to the ball.
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Southwest Valley's Grant Maurer competes for a jump ball with St. Albert's Tyler Blaha.
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Addison Bull punts in the first half. His punt late in the fourth quarter pinned St. Albert inside its own 10, putting pressure on the Falcons late in the game.
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Chance Cobb, Jace Petersen and Aiden Gaule demonstrate the Timberwolves' triple option look.
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The Timberwolves swarm to the ball.
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The Twolves upend a Falcons ball-carrier.
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Aaron Armstrong jumps high for a pass, intercepting the ball. It was the first interception that St. Albert quarterback Kyle Barnes has thrown an interception this season.
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A tipped pass results in yet another instance of the Timberwolf defense rallying to the ball.
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The Timberwolves student section was loud throughout Friday's game.
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Southwest Valley players begin to celebrate after Southwest Valley quarterback Chance Cobb breaks the plane of the goal line for a touchdown with 6.9 seconds remaining. Cobb scored the conversion as well, ending a 41-yard drive that started with just over 2:00 remaining.
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Timberwolves players celebrate immediately after the final whistle.
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Coach Donahoo gets ambushed by the Timberwolf students after the game.
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Donahoo addressed the team after the win.
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Southwest Valley head coach Anthony Donahoo shares an emotional moment with senior quarterback Chance Cobb, who had scored the touchdown and 2-pt. conversion that pushed the Timberwolves past St. Albert.
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SWV cheerleaders, students and supporters lead a tunnel for the team to run through after the game.

Southwest Valley went on the road and knocked off Class A No. 1 St. Albert for one of the biggest wins in school history.

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