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Football: Strawberry Crest 25, Steinbrenner 24

DOVER — Tommy Herrera scored his third rushing touchdown of the night with 1:17 left to lift Strawberry Crest to a comeback win.

That capped a wild fourth quarter which saw Steinbrenner take the lead after falling behind 19-8 with 8:29 left. Warriors quarterback Curtis Fitch's 27-yard touchdown to John Marc Carrier with 6:35 left cut the Charger lead to 19-16.

After forcing a punt, the Warriors needed just one play to take the lead as Christian Carriere connected on a 69-yard bomb to Zack Jones, giving the Warriors their first lead, 24-19.

The Chargers took over on their 45-yard line with 2:50 to go and quarterback Brandon Reaves quickly moved them, with the big play a 30-yard completion to Karel Hamilton. Herrera's 2-yard score capped the dramatic finish.

Travis Puterbaugh, Times Correspondent

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