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HIGHLAND - The Syracuse Titans were never able to get their offense moving as the Lone Peak Knights jousted the Titans into the offseason, winning 30-8.
The Knights made a statement early, completely shutting down the Titans offense, holding them to 47 total yards in the first half.
On the other side of the ball, the Knights worked the Titan's defense, with quarterback Chase Hansen leading the way. Hansen had two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter, showing that the Titans defense proved no match for Lone Peak's offense.
Hansen was 18 of 25 passing for 212 yards and a touchdown. He also threw two interceptions early in the third quarter that gave the Titans a breath of life, with one being converted into a Titans touchdown.
Lone Peak will face Riverton in the second round of the playoffs at home.