Jr Bobcats unable to tame Lions

The Corning Junior Bobcats scrapped and clawed until the final whistle but fell short to Manila 22-6. The Lions ran for two touchdowns, passed for one more and the defense was stingy for three quarters. The Cats’ offense ended up with five plays of 15 or more yards and the running game seemed to find its groove late in the fourth quarter.

The Corning defense forced a turnover when defensive back Riley Grubbs stepped in front of the receiver, soared and picked off the Manila pass attempt at its highest peak. The defense was just two missed assignments on big passing plays away from being right in this game.

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