|Photo by Adrianna Hoff/JRC Methacton Kyle Lowery scores a touchdown Saturday.|
FAIRVIEW VILLAGE — One may have thought Paul Lepre’s football glass was no less than three-quarters full, but Methacton’s third-year coach thought it was one-quarter empty.
After watching his Warriors play what arguably may have been their best 36 consecutive minutes of the entire football season, he was forced to watch an all too familiar 12 minutes of inconsistent football.
Fortunately for Lepre and the Warriors, their 17-0 lead after three quarters — which was still a comfortable 17-point spread (24-7) with only 3:43 remaining — was just enough to withstand Boyertown’s furious comeback attempt and lead to a 24-20 Pioneer Athletic Conference win Saturday, ending a very frustrating two-game skid.
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