Rivalry comeback falls short

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Knights lose by 3 points for second straight year

By Jessica Veatch and Josh Veatch

On Friday night, the Marion County High School football team traveled across the county line to Bennett R. Lewis field to face the Washington County Commanders in a much anticipated rivalry game. During the first half, the Knight fans were a bit surprised at what they saw as the Commanders dominated and held a 26-7 lead at the half. However, the second half was a complete turnaround from the first, as the Knights outscored the Commanders 16-0 but came up just short at the end.

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