Lebanon Reporter

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September 29, 2012

Tigers blast Athenians by five scores

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Crawfordsville —

                After a Jake Marshall interception and a botched field goal, Crawfordsville was on the move for a second time. Aided by a 15-yard pass interference penalty and some nifty scrambling by Harris, the Athenians were able to punch it in for six. The touchdown came on a simple go out up the right sideline and unfortunately for Lebanon, nobody went with P.J. Schafer. Schafer hauled in the 30-yard connection just getting his feet down inbounds and inside the pylon. The blocked extra point made it 14-13 Lebanon just seconds into the second quarter.

For more of this story, read Saturday's Lebanon Reporter.

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