Harper Hornets sting Dayville-Monument

Harper’s Ryan Talbot sprints away from a Dayville-Monument player during a game Friday afternoon in Harper. The Hornets recorded a 66-13 win and improved to 4-0 on the season with the victory. (Photo courtesy of Steve Talbot)

HARPER – Corbin Palmer piled up 201 yards rushing and the Hornets put together a solid effort on defense to post a 66-13 victory over Dayville-Monument in football action Friday.

The Hornets improved to 4-0 with the win.

“Our goal is to get better each week,” said Hornet coach David Marker.

Ryan Talbot finished the afternoon with 82 yards receiving for Harper. 

“Dawson Lunt had a great defensive game,” said Marker.

Marker said the Hornets can trace their success Friday – and so far this season – to “great team chemistry.”

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