by Dave Price
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November 5, 2013
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Douglas falls short despite stat advantage

Two touchdowns scored during a span of 96 seconds bridging the third and fourth quarters were the difference Friday night for the Douglas Tigers in their regular season-ending 19-13 overtime loss against Carson. After a dominant first-half performance in which they took a 13-0 lead, the Tigers saw their advantage disappear quickly when Carson scored a touchdown with 50.3 seconds left in the third period, followed by a 42-yard interception return from Aaron Perez in the opening minute of the fourth, tying the game at 13-13. In the end, the game was decided by Joey Thurman’s 2-yard touchdown run in …

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