Tiebreaker determines winner in The Times Football Contest

There were six entries with only one wrong in the first week of The New Prague Times Football Contest, meaning the winning entry had to be determined by a tiebreaker

Andrew Weiers of New Prague won first place in this week's contest, guessing 11 of 12 games correctly. His only miss was Hutchinson's 14-13 win over Farmington, and his guess for total points scored in the New Prague-Holy Angels football game was 23. The score of that game was 7-6 in favor of New Prague.

Pat Holey of Montgomery and Bill Beranek of New Prague tied for second. Holey missed the St. Louis Ram's win over Arizona and Beranek missed Prior Lake's shutout of Red Wing. Both had 32 for the tie-breaker. They split second prize, each getting $7.50.

All three winners chose to spend their winnings at Holiday/Taco Bell.

Honorable mention goes to four others who had just one wrong: Ann Jerdee Hudspeth of New Prague and Mike Rowan of Shakopee (35 points), Nathan Proshek of New Prague (39 points) and Emil Pecholt of New Prague (46 points).

There were 58 entries in the contest.

Week 2 of the contest is on Page 12 of this week's issue of The Times. Entries must be at the Times office by 4 p.m. Friday or postmarked Friday, Sept. 17.

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