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Pirates Get Defensive

Stingy Greenland Gets First Second Round Win

Posted: November 17, 2012 at 3:12 a.m.

Calvin Jones of Greenland looks for a hole in the Osceola defense during the first half of Friday night’s game in Greenland.

Lee Larkan usually isn’t at a loss for words while hollering at his players from the sidelines or cracking jokes about them in the locker room.

Gamebreaker

GREENLAND 28, OSCEOLA 14

Why The Pirates Won

Greenland running back Calvin Giddens gained 107 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries, but the Pirates’ defense made the difference while forcing seven turnovers and shutting out Osceola in the second half.

Why The Seminoles Lost

Osceola had trouble getting into much of an offensive rhythm, especially after fumbling the football twice in the first quarter. The Seminoles committed seven turnovers and watched a 14-14 halftime score turn into a 14-point loss.

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