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MLive: Lowell 42, Reeths-Puffer 6: Red Arrows dominate on both sides of ball to open season 4-0

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Buccaneers (0-1)(3-1)
Date:Fri September 26, 2014
Time:7:00 PM
Last:W, 41 - 7 (09/13/2013)
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OK WHITE STANDINGS
TeamConOvr
Lowell1-04-0
Grand Rapids Christian1-03-1
Forest Hills Central1-01-3
Caledonia0-12-2
East Grand Rapids0-12-2
Jenison0-11-3
OK WHITE SCOREBOARD
Caledonia (2-2) at 7
Muskegon Mona Shores (3-1)40
East Grand Rapids (2-2) at 7
Muskegon (4-0)37
Forest Hills Central (1-3) at 6
Kenowa Hills (2-2)20
Jenison (1-3) at 36
Grand Rapids Union (0-4)6
Grand Rapids Christian (3-1) at 17
Zeeland East (0-4)0
JV/FRESHMAN SCOREBOARD
Junior Varsity (0-1)(3-1)27
Muskegon Reeths Puffer0
Freshman (1-0)(4-0)49
Muskegon Reeths Puffer19

Dean scores 4 touchdowns, Lowell scores late in 30-25 win over EGR

By West Michigan Football Network

Scatterd rain and defense filled most of the 1st quarter in this rivalry game as the East Grand Rapids defense held strong, while the Lowell defense pressured QB Mikey Roth early on. Max Dean got Lowell on the board with a 3-yard TD with 1:45 left in the quarter. The TD capped a 81-yard drive by the Red Arrows in which Lowell QB Ryan Stevens had a 17-yard run and a 34-yard pass to Gabe Steed. After EGR roughed the kicker on the PAT, Lowell brought the offense back out and punched it in for a 8-0 lead.

The Lowell defense continued to get pressure on Roth throughout the 2nd quarter making it difficult for the Pioneers to move the ball. After the teams traded a few punts, Lowell was able to capitalize on an East Grand Rapids fumble inside the EGR 5-yard line.

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