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Cape Central football's upset bid slips away in second half
ARNOLD, Mo. -- Central only trailed Seckman by seven points entering halftime Friday.
But key turnovers early in the second half and the defense's inability to stop the Panthers' standout running back, Tyler Fisher, ultimately doomed any chances that Central had of spoiling Seckman's homecoming game.
The Panthers (4-3) ended up besting Central 41-26. It was the Tigers' seventh loss in a row this season and the team's 18th road loss in a row, a streak that has been ongoing since 2006.