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Lions' football team closes 2012 season with road loss at Thomas More College

Saturday, November 10, 2012
by Dane Neumeister

Host Thomas More College scored early and often on Saturday afternoon, as they posted a 75-6 win over the Mount in the 2012 season finale game - the Bridge Bowl - for both teams. The Lions finish the season with a 4-6 overall mark, their first sub-.500 record since 2001, when they recorded an 0-10 mark.

The Mount struggled throughout the game to get their offense going, while the Saints' offense scored a TD on seven straight possessions to open the game. The Lions first eight drives ended with a punt, while their final drive of the first half was halted at the intermission. Thomas More widended its lead to 55-0 early in the third quarter, after a long scoring pass play, before the Lions finally got on the scoreboard, thanks to a 12-yard TD pass from Brian Pitzer (South Salem. OH/McClain) to running back James Clay (Louisville, KY/duPoint).

Clay led the Mount with 122 yards rushing on 20 carries while Pitzer was six-of-25 for 92 yards passing. Rob Blundred (Cincinnati, OH/Oak Hills) had two receptions for 57 yards. Greg Tabar (Cincinnati, OH/Colerain) tied a Mount single game record with 11 punts. David Brausch (Batavia, OH/Batavia) and Joseph Frakes (Columbus, OH/Hamilton Township) each had seven tackles for the Lions, while Mike Tepe (Springboro, OH/Springboro) had an interception.

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