EUGENE — From an effort standpoint, Thurman Bell couldn’t have asked for any more from his Roseburg football team on Friday night. The No. 10-ranked Indians battled No. 6 Sheldon for 48 minutes, executing their gameplan close to perfection by possessing the ball more than 17 minutes in the first half in a 7-7 standoff with the defending Class 6A state champion. But the Irish scored touchdowns on their first two possessions of the second half, then held off the Indians over the final 10 minutes to take a 21-14 Southwest Conference victory at Dennis Ludwig Stadium. Sheldon — which …
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