Howland pulls away late

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HOWLAND – An ugly first half turned into a tight battle between Howland and Lakeview with the Tigers escaping with a 16-6 victory.

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Combining for six turnovers in the first half, three points was all the seperated the Tigers and Bulldogs at halftime, with Howland holding a slim lead.

In the third quarter, Howland’s senior quarterback David Flack connected with senior Jamie Williams from seven yards out to put the Tigers up 10-0.

Later in the quarter, the Tigers would strike again as junior running back Jaquore Marrs carried it in from 19 yards out and stretch the lead to 16-0.

The Bulldogs, however, weren’t going down with a fight.

Late in the game, Angelo Marino connected with Sean Rein from 45 yards out to close the gap to 16-6, but they could would not get any closer.

Lakeview will look to bounce back next week when they travel to Champion.

Howland will hit the road next week as well when they take on Hubbard.

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