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Crusaders fall to Sheffield 27-16 in home opener

September 7, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski Crusader Jonathan Dippold, 29, takes the ball down the field during the second half while being flanked by teammate Dan Singer, 24, and Sheffield's Naim Abdullah, 12.

The Elk County Catholic Crusader football team was unable to fend off a Sheffield rally on Friday night in their home opener, giving up a slim 9-7 halftime lead to fall to the Wolverines 27-16 at Dutch Country Stadium.

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