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Difficulties – and Losses – Continue to Mount for Falcons

BY JEFF FALK
Legitimate opportunites for victory appear to be few and far between for the Cedar Crest football team this season. On Friday night, the Falcons missed out on a golden one.
In South Lebanon, on the turf of Earl Boltz Stadium, Cedar Crest dropped a battle of winless squads and fell to Warwick 45-34. The Falcons slipped into an early 21-0 hole and couldn’t manage to work their way out of it.
The loss, the 13th in its last 14 outings, dropped Cedar Crest to 0-4 overall and 0-1 in Section One of the Lancaster-Lebanon League. The Falcons are now 5-19 under third-year head coach Tom Waranavage.
The Warriors moved to 1-3 on the year and 1-0 in the section.
The Falcons did pull within 21-14 on a short Garrett Levengood scramble to paydirt, but Warwick responded by scoring on its next possession. Cedar Crest had capitalized on a Warrior miscue for a Levengood-to-Dalton Ritter scoring strike for its initial touchdown.
Warwick’s advantage reached 38-14, before the Falcons again closed the gap. Levengood threw a total of four touchdown strikes, two of which went to Ritter and two of which went to Brian Wawrzyniak.

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