Sublette ends losing skid at Syracuse with rally, 15-14
The Sublette Larks were showing signs of waking up their offense entering Friday night's game at Syracuse, but it took more than three quarters to dent the scoreboard. Then, a gamble pushed them to break a losing streak.
A late touchdown in the 4th quarter, and a successful two-point conversion earlier in the period, lifted the Larks to their first win of the season, 15-14, over the Bulldogs, and ended Sublette's 35-game losing streak.
It is the first win for Sublette since September 25, 2015, when they beat Lakin, 13-12. The victory was also their first against Syracuse since the 2013 season - which took place in Syracuse.
The Bulldogs (0-4) scored twice in the first half and held a 14-0 lead until the beginning of the fourth quarter. The Larks (1-3) scored and converted a two-point try to pull within 14-8. Sublette then scored late in the 4th, and Bryan Hernandez nailed the extra point to put the Lakrs on top.
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