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Turnovers cost Crusaders in 19-13 loss to Raiders

September 15, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski ECC senior Brady Garner, 52, works to bring down Cameron County running back Caleb Burnside during the second half of Saturday night's game at Dutch Country Stadium.

It was a chilly, damp, and turnover-filled night at Dutch Country Stadium on Saturday as the Elk County Catholic Crusaders saw their record fall to 0-3 as they lost 19-13 to the Cameron County Red Raiders.
Turnovers hurt both teams throughout the game, with each squad losing a pair of fumbles and giving up a trio of interceptions.

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