Princeton at Jasper Football

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    Jasper head coach Tony Ahrens addressed his team after they earned him his 100th career win by defeating Princeton on Friday night at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper junior Mackenzie Loomis, left, and seniors Emily Fleming and Andrea Carie practiced before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper sophomore Auriel Long practiced with the color guard before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Philip Fleming yelled out orders to members of the Jasper color guard as they practiced before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Nolan Ahrens, left, and Cameron Libbert listened to head coach Tony Ahrens before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Philip Huebschman, middle, slapped hands with teammate Courtland Betz before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Courtland Betz mentally prepared himself before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper junior Tyler Begle, left, junior Ty Keusch, senior Jared Schnarr and junior Noah Collon cheered on the Wildcats as they took to the field before the start of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Nolan Ahrens dropped back to pass during Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Philip Huebschman broke the tackle of Princeton's Matt Stone as he picked up additional yards during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Cole Kreilein, left, and Boone Jahn celebrated after Boone intercepted a Princeton pass and returned it for a touchdown during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Zach Wood picked up yards after the reception during Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Ben Moore carried the ball up the field during Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Austin Alles stiff armed Princeton's Graham Dougan as he carried the ball to the one-yard line during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Tate Blessinger, right, pulled at Princeton's Deon Hardiman during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Scott Stallwood caught Princeton's Jordan Koberstein during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Pablo Santos, left, and Moises Valenciano sacked Princeton's Coldton Wilder in the end zone for a safety during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Tate Blessinger, from left, Pablo Santos, Brayden Betz, Mitch Lindauer and Cole Kreilein brought down Princeton's Deon Hardiman during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Scott Stallwood celebrated after the Wildcats' defense stopped Princeton on fourth down during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Nick Hale carried the ball up the field during Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Cole Kreilein, left, Scott Stallwood and Grant Theil brought down Princeton's JaVon Wilkerson during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Ian Songer talked with his teammates on the sidelines during Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    With the Wildcats leading 51--0 over Princeton, Jasper's Zach Wood, third from right, Collin Bowlin and Craig Sander enjoyed a rest on the bench during Friday night's game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper head coach Tony Ahrens received an ice bath from his players Scott Stallwood, left, and Neil Rose, right, in celebration of his 100th career win after defeating Princeton on Friday at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasper's Nolan Ahrens pleaded his innocences to his father and head coach, Tony, after players doused Tony with ice water in celebration of his 100th career win at the end of Friday night's game against Princeton at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper. The Wildcats won 51-13. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald