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Sep 20, 2014 9:19 PM

Errors cost Hollis Brookline in football loss to Sanborn

KINGSTON – Snapping the football may be one of the least appreciated skills in the game. Well, you can be sure that the Hollis Brookline football team will have a solid grasp of the concept by the end of this week’s practices. The Cavaliers had a number of faulty snaps, including one on a potential game-tying extra point, as they fell on the road to Sanborn, 14-13. Trailing by a touchdown with about five minutes remaining in the fourth, the Hollis Brookline offense marched down the field and ultimately scored on a 3-yard run by quarterback Patch Zorn. On the extra point, the snap was a bit high, allowing the opposing defense enough time to block Cole Owens’ attempt. That wasn’t the team’s first miscue of the game. The line seemingly had issues snapping the ball all afternoon, resulting in five fumbles (all were recovered by the Cavaliers).


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