stampede into

stampede someone or something into something

to cause people or other creatures to move rapidly into a place, in panic or as if in panic. The loud noises stampeded the crowd into the parking lot across from the stadium. The cowboys stampeded the cattle into the corral.
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The Monroe High of North Hills grad's speed helped the JetHawks take the San Bernardino Stampede into extra innings in the season opener for both teams Thursday night.
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I hope to push Stampede into the next level of industry stature through my sales and management efforts and plans that will be implemented over the next year," said Cordas.