The Lake Placid Green Dragon varsity football team rebounded strongly from its anemic, fumble-filled, penalty-plagued three-point effort in last week’s game, to put 34 points on the scoreboard. Lake Placid lost the game to the Bishop Verot Vikings, 45-34, in a game played in Fort Myers Saturday night, Oct. 26, but the offensive display was something to be savored by fans and coaching staff alike. “The big improvement was there, but it’s late in the season and we should be really rolling at this point,” said Coach Jason Holden after the game.
After spotting Verot a touchdown on its opening drive, the Dragons opened things up with a 50-yard jaunt by Eldon McKenzie who was tackled just short of the goal line. On fourth-and-three, Marquavein Copeland burst into “The House” for a six-pointer. Jorge Godinez added an extra point.
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