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Stampede Goes 2-1 Against Livingston
Oakdale Stampede varsity player Judah Burton breaks into the open field on Saturday. - photo by DEBBIE DOBBINS/THE LEADER

The Oakdale Stampede youth football program saw a pair of wins in three games of action against the Livingston Wolf Pack on Saturday.

The varsity program won by a 34-20 score while the junior varsity fell 34-14 and the pee wee squad won, 39-0.

The pee wee offense ran for 309 yards in the win and only surrendered two Livingston first downs with just 36 yards of total offense allowed. C.J. Toledo, Blake Whiting and Brandon Vierra led the powerful rushing attack while Zach Campbell and Michael Everett led the Stampede defense in the shut out.

The program will take on the Waterford Sabercats at home on Saturday. If the pee wee squad wins, they will seal a third consecutive trip to the postseason.