Battery Creek comes up short vs. Bishop England

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Bob Sofaly photo Bishop England’s Michael Long, center, has no where to go as Battery Creek’s Alvin Black, right, Kanye Freeman move in during the second quarter Friday night at Dolphin Field. The Dophins lost to the Battling Bishops 21-7.

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Photo by Bob Sofaly

Battery Creek put up a fight at home Friday, but penalties and mounting injuries were too much to overcome in a 21-7 loss to Bishop England.

The Dolphins were within a touchdown at halftime after Jeremiah Dilbert’s rushing touchdown in the first half, but they couldn’t muster enough offense to rally in the second half.

Battery Creek (1-2) faces another tough test Friday, traveling to Oceanside Collegiate.

Left: Bishop England’s Michael Long, center, has no where to go as Battery Creek’s Alvin Black, right, and Kanye Freeman move in during the second quarter Friday night at Dolphin Field. The Dolphins lost to the Battling Bishops, 21-7. 

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