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The Central Washington University football team defeated Dixie State College 51-19 on Saturday in Ellensburg, Wash., ending the Red Storm's season on a disappointing note.
Freshman running back Jordan Todd rushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns for Central Washington (7-4, 7-3), which clinched a share of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference title.
Three quarterbacks played for Dixie State (3-8, 3-7), with each throwing a touchdown pass. Junior Griff Robles went 9-of-23 for 150 yards, including a 61-yard TD to Zack Fox in the first quarter. Kaleo Nawahine fired an 8-yard TD pass to Mitch Frei midway through the fourth quarter, and Brody Garr saw his first action in the Storm's final drive and threw a screen pass to Brock Johnson for an 18-yard score.
Central Washington's Kevin Puckett opened the scoring with a 62-yard interception return.
Snow 40, Arizona Western 26 • In Yuma, Ariz., Christian Stewart threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns, and Breon Allen rushed for 120 yards as the Badgers (10-1, 8-0) completed an undefeated run through the Western States Football League.