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Lower Cape down GHS

Visiting Lower Cape made their first trip ever into the Lions Den and drove home with a 22-13 win. Capes Connor Eckel accounted for all the visitors points, scoring on runs of 1,1 and 32 yards. While the Lions were led by A.j. Radlingers  to TD runs of 7 and 2 yards.

With the loss the Lions fell to 2-5 and Lower Cape May improved to 5-3

Photo Courtesy of Bruce Darrow

Pictured below - Gavin Callahan


Pictured below - Lions AJ Radlinger