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Depleted Montoursville loses to Troy

November 16, 2013

Griffin Dunne faced two options last February. He could have surgery for a torn labrum and miss the 2013 football season. Or, he could endure the pain and try soldiering on against long odds....

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Nov-18-13 1:43 PM

The reason may be that Montoursville was faced with numerous injuries throughout the season! They played Friday's game without many of their key players who were out due to various injuries and were playing with what could have been called their JV team. Despite the injuries throughout the season they kept winning and were able to make adjustments...what they accompished through all the adversity is amazing. This is what this article is recognizing!!! If the Montoursville Football team was healthy....they would still be playing and would be the team to beat!! If you were to look at the players that were injuried and their role on the could not argue that the game would have ended differently if they were all healthy. If Datres was injured or if Bragalone was don't think their season would have been different???

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Nov-18-13 8:30 AM

Re: Article Title- How is it that Montoursville never loses a game fair and square? It doesn't matter what sport, with the Sun-G there's always questionable officiating, injuries and the like that the article focuses on, they're never just beat or outplayed.

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