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Football: Cambridge 43, Bishop McLaughlin 10

SHADY HILLS — Like last week's preseason shutout against St. Petersburg Catholic, Bishop McLaughlin struggled to get its offense going Friday in a 43-10 loss to Cambridge.

After a scoreless first quarter due to multiple turnovers by both teams, Lancers running back Brandon Park scored on a 2-yard run. Park, along with Robbie Robertson, managed big plays almost every time they touched the ball.

The Hurricanes' first points came from a John Cummings kick that made the score 6-3. A pass late in the second quarter from quarterback Tristan Wood to Robertson put the Lancers up 14-3 going into halftime.

Hurricanes quarterback RJ Perciavalle had a good game running the ball, but his receivers had trouble getting open. The Lancers defense forced four turnovers, three on interceptions.

Chris Mills, Times correspondent

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