College football: Bluejays dump Ridgewater 26-6
WORTHINGTON —The offense needed a kick-start from the defense after a scoreless first half. So Cha’Ron Thompson stepped up.
The Minnesota West football team, coming off a disappointing 33-13 setback on the road to Northland, returned home Saturday and patched up its problems, beating a previously unbeaten Ridgewater team 26-6 to improve to 4-1 on the season. Ridgewater entered the game ranked No. 2 in the latest Minnesota College Athletic Conference poll. Minnesota West was No. 5.
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