Midtown: Sports

November 13, 2012 12:49 PM

Leesville Road forces five turnovers in win

Leesville Road's defense surrendered a season-high 30 points Friday night, but the Pride also forced five turnovers and got two fourth-down stops late in the fourth quarter to escape Middle Creek 37-30 in their second-round NCHSAA 4-AA playoff showdown.

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