Saturday, September 2, 2017

Warriors Football - Defensive battle won by the River Hawks

Sophomore kicker Jamie Fisher produced all of Lyco's points with two field goals.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Sophomore kicker Jamie Fisher (Folsom, Pa./Ridley) hit two first-quarter field goals for the Lycoming College football team, but a stalwart defensive effort by both teams ended with Susquehanna University walking away with the Stagg Hat Trophy in a 7-6 non-conference win at Amos Alonzo Stagg Field on Saturday, Sept. 2.

The Warrior Defense played a great game. DB Mike Ward rattles the ball loose.
The Lycoming offense was held to nine first downs and 229 yards by Susquehanna (1-0 overall), while the River Hawks racked up 425 yards, including 281 on the ground, but Lycoming (0-1 overall) allowed just one touchdown.

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