The first half of today’s football game belonged to junior Fritz Waldvogel and St. Thomas as the Tommies went into halftime ahead 28-0 over St. Olaf in Northfield.
Waldvogel was nearly unstoppable, catching two first-quarter touchdowns from junior quarterback Dakota Tracy, and a second-quarter touchdown on a halfback pass from junior Colin Tobin.
Waldvogel leads all receivers with more than 150 first-half yards.
The Tommies’ defense was too much for St. Olaf in the first half, holding the Oles scoreless and forcing two turnovers.
Sophomore Kevin Potas received a second-quarter fumble that led to a 24-yard catch by junior Ben Graham from Tracy. Senior Kirk Baglien also recorded an interception that ended in an Ole drive with only 10 seconds remaining in the first half.
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