WINONA, Minnesota (WXOW) - Winona State football returned home Saturday to a ranked opponent. #23 Sioux Falls aimed to disrupt the Warriors' three-game win streak.
Winona trailed 6-3 in the third, but a drive highlighted by a John Teigland-Tyler Speer 50-yard pass and catch set them up for a score. Teigland tossed it to Mike Houts for the three-yard score to make it a 10-6 WSU lead.
Sioux Falls tried to respond in the fourth quarter, but Parker Detjens sacked Cougars QB Taylor Perkins as part of a strong stand from the Warriors defense. They allowed one more field goal, but it wouldn't be enough and WSU came away with the 10-9 win.
The Warriors improve to 5-1 in the NSIC and 5-1 overall.
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