Football comeback falls short

Photo by Jim Powers

Jake Pearl takes down the Bristol-Plymouth ball-carrier. James Aloisi (6) is at rear.

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By Dean Geddes

dgeddes@inkym.com
I&M Staff Writer


(Nov. 14, 2013) The varsity football team nearly pulled off an improbable comeback against Bristol-Plymouth Saturday, but fell one touchdown short in losing to the Craftsmen 34-27.

It was the second straight loss for the Whalers (4-5) who were missing a handful of players due to injury. With running backs Hunter Gray, Fervon Phillips and Keenen Phillips all out of the game, freshman running back Travis Demby got his first varsity start along with fellow junior varsity teammates Will Sarnie at running back and Jake Adams at wide re­ceiver.

 

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