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Penn College Comes Up Short Against Lycoming


The Penn College intramural flag football team, once down 14-0, battled back but came up just short in its quest to knock off Lycoming College. Lycoming jumped to that quick 14-0 lead, according to a game summary by intramural assistant Jeremy R. Bottorf, but Penn College reached into its bag of tricks: Brandon Sauers took a pitch from Craig Flint and connected on a pass to Gavin Mock to put Penn College on the board and make it a 14-6 game. Penn College’s extra-point attempt was unsuccessful, and Lycoming then connected to make the score 20-6. Penn College was not about to give up; Flint hit Kyle Klunk in the end zone to make the score 20-12. The extra point was good, as Flint again hooked up with Mock, making the score 20-13. Penn College had momentum on its side and Jerry Michalak intercepted a Lycoming pass. Back in business, Flint connected on a touchdown strike to Klunk on a fourth-and-goal, but was flagged for throwing the ball after he crossed the line of scrimmage. With that, the comeback fell short; Lycoming walked away with a 20-13 win over Penn College.

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