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Please use the form below to email the following article to a friend: By Chris Hinkel Sentinel Sports CHURCHILL- Northwest waited to strike down their opponents until late in the game and then sank their teeth in for an epic 27-24 victory. The Churchill bulldogs started the game with three touchdowns in the first quarter but faltered in the next three quarters, frequently turning the ball over to their opponents. “In the second half we got a little bit undisciplined on both sides.” said Churchill head coach Joe Allen. “We had a lot of third and shorts, a lot of fourth and shorts and we were not able to convert.” The Bulldogs started the game off strong when only seconds into the game, quarterback Jonathan Lee took the ball on a 67-yard run to bring his team to the five-yard line. Churchill punched it in and made the PAT to lead 7-0 early. The Jaguars took possession of the ball, but after struggling to make their way down the field, they punt

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