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Chinook Caps Perfect Season with Second State Title

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The Current Chinook Seniors were in 7th Grade when the Beeters raised their first ever State Title trophy.

Nearly five years later to the day, the Class of 2015 got to write the next chapter in the school's history by adding the program's 2nd Title. And the seniors were unable to find the words to describe the feeling of getting to raise their own trophy.

"I don't even know anymore," says Senior lineman Jesse Dannels. "we just thought it would feel great but honestly you don't feel it. You just, it's undescribable. You don't know what to feel."

"You really can't put words to it. It's amazing," says Senior Jake Norby. "This has been the goal all year long. When it came down, everything was on the line for all of our seniors and we just came through in the end. It's amazing."

Perhaps the only words needed is simply: "State Champions, 2015 Class C 8-Man" 

"That Banner for a state title that hangs on the wall. It doesn't go away. It's always going to be there," says Senior Quarterback Ian McIntosh. It's an amazing feeling. To be able to do that for your community and for your team."

This year's squad will go down in school history as the only team to have a perfect 12-0 record. The 2010 and 2014 teams went 11-1, but last year the one game the Beeters lost was the title game. It was a loss that Chinook did not want to experience again.

"We redeemed ourselves today. That's for sure," says Senior Kenneth Pruttis. "It's incredible."

"This year to go undefeated and get it done, that's just awesome," says McIntosh. "It's Hard to do that. To get through the Northern C then go through the playoffs. I mean we had to gut out some wins but we got it done. Last year coming back from Wibaux, that was a bitter taste."

This year the taste of victory was sweet. And unlike 2014, they hosted the game at Hoon Field. After the final buzzer, they celebrated with their family, friends, fans and and future Sugarbeeters, who hope to one day duplicate this year's feat.

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