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September 28, 2013
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Comeback spoils Douglas homecoming

You can call it heartbreaking. Or dramatic. Either way, Douglas High’s homecoming game Friday night against Spanish Springs will long be remembered for its 16-play, 92-yard touchdown drive in the final six minutes. Spanish Springs (2-2) rode the legs and arm of quarterback Hunter Fralick, whose 5-yard touchdown run followed by a 2-point conversion with 31 seconds remaining capped a come-from-behind victory against Douglas (1-4) at Keith Roman Field. From the Tigers’ point of view, however, missed opportunities may have been the key. Just consider they had the ball in Spanish Springs territory on three successive possessions in the fourth …

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