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Lake City running back Luke Hartzell (9) throws a stiff-arm at linebacker Michael Noll (33) during the Oklahoma drill Aug. 20 in Lake City. Hartzell returns as the team’s top running back after accounting for 364 rushing yards and six touchdowns in 2013. The Tigers open the season Friday at Kenyon-Wanamingo. (Republican Eagle photo by Joe Brown)

Football: New names look to emerge for Tigers

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LAKE CITY – Followers of the Lake City football team may not recognize some of the big names on the 2014 squad. But that doesn’t mean that this fall will be a step down for the Tigers.

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“It’s kind of a new regime coming through here,” said Lake City head football coach Trevor Narum. “There’s maybe not some kids that have a lot of name recognition, but the kids we have played a significant amount of snaps last year.

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Joe Brown
Joe Brown is the sports editor for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, he worked at the Marshall Independent and the St. Cloud Times. For updates on local sports, follow Joe on Twitter at @RE_JBrown.
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