Saturday, October 02, 1999

Lebanon 15, Loveland 7




        At Loveland — Lebanon, ranked No. 6 in The Enquirer's Division II-VI poll, scored 15 unanawered points in the second half to overcome a 7-0 deficit.

        After Loveland snappped the ball through the endzone on a punt attempt, Nick Singleton rumbled 25 yards to give the Warriors an 8-7 advantage.

        Casey Abrams added a 1-yard touchdown with five minutes remaining. Loveland fumbled on their own 40-yard line on their final drive and Lebanon recovered to seal the outcome.

        Loveland had the opportunity to get on the board in the first half. The Tigers came up empty on two occasions after driving to Lebanon's 20-yard line.

        Lebanon ....... 0  0  8  7—15

        Loveland ....... 0  0  7  0— 7

        LO—Riesenberg 20 pass from Phil Deis (Ball kick)

        LE—Safety

        LE—Singleton 25 run (pass failed)

        LE—Abrams 1 run (Eldridge kick)

        Records: Le 5-1 (FAVC 3-1), Lo 3-3 (2-1).

       



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Badin 14, Roger Bacon 7
Batavia 20, Hillsboro 19
Beechwood 52, Dayton 0
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Bethel-Tate 22, Williamsburg 20
Blanchester 14, East Clinton 0
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Hamilton 14, Middletown 10
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Holmes 28, Conner 25
Hughes 41, Taft 14
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Kings 56, Little Miami 24
Lakota West 14, Colerain 3
Landmark Christian 47, New Miami 20
- Lebanon 15, Loveland 7
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Talawanda 20, Fenwick 19
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