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By Jim Orr
The Courier 

The Dallas Capdeville Story


Lih-An Yang / The Courier

Dallas Capdeville (27) got plenty of protection from Andrew Fransen (63) and Hinsdale cohorts Wyatt Pattison (65) and Kyle Albus (68) as he went up for a punt.

Dallas Capdeville, the Hinsdale High School senior who runs, tackles and punts for the undefeated Glasgow Scotties football team, is getting some statewide airtime.

Northern Sports Network's Rocky Erickson profiles the comeback kid on a recent radio piece now streaming online.

Rocky's "Montana Sports Headlines" tend to stay posted for awhile, so if you haven't heard it yet, just search for "Northern Sports Network" and you'll find it pretty quickly. The headline is "Dallas Capdeville Makes It Back To The Football Field."

Rocky, who spoke at Hinsdale's sports banquet last spring, calls Dallas' story "extremely amazing." The broadcaster explains how the student-athlete was hospitalized in Billings last March with a serious staph infection. Doctors told Dallas, a valuable running back-linebacker on the 2014 Scotties, he wouldn't play football this fall.

Dallas also talks on the stream.

In all, it's 1 minute, 40 seconds of Hinsdale-flavored Scottie football talk that Valley County football fans will love.


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