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Error-prone Triton falls, 13-6

September 25, 2010

BOURBON — When trying to beat a team you’ve lost to 12 straight times by an average of 33 points, mistakes must be minimal.
Unfortunately for Triton, errors which have plagued the Trojans this season occurred with disappointing frequency Friday night.
Four turnovers and untimely penalties nixed Triton’s bid to beat New Prairie for the first time since 1997, as the Trojans were handed a 13-6 homecoming defeat.
“We played hard, but it was the same old story, unfortunately,” Triton coach Rodney Younis said. “Turnovers. We have got to eliminate the turnovers.”

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