Late in the third quarter, San Joaquin Memorial was up by 14 points at 21-7 and had just recovered a Nathaniel Nelson fumble at the Panther’s 45-yard line.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
“We counted seven times that the ball hit the ground, which is a recipe for disaster no matter where you’re playing football.”
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