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Lucky 7’s for Bulldog special needs team

Heading into their seventh Special Needs Super Bowl, the task at hand was not an easy one for the Burnham Bulldog Special Athlete team.
In their way of taking its seventh championship title, the Mifflin County Huskies’ high school football team and its arch rival from Overhead Door.
Overhead Door defeated the Bulldogs early in the season by two points.
First up was the Huskies, who played the Bulldogs tough.
Quarterback Bobby “Hollywood” Fisher led the Burnham offense passing, running and handing the ball off in clutch situations.
Defensively, the back field was led by veteran Zack Van Horn and new comers Chris Alters and Josh Chrostowski who made some big plays in knocking down some crucial long passes. In the defensive middle All-time sack leader Miranda Taylor led teammate’s Matt Maylza, Scotty “Too Hotty” Snook, Chase Mitchell and TJ Straub all got into put pressure on the quarterback.
The Bulldogs newest player Paul “the Freezer” Dickson was a force to be reckoned with as his size and speed caught some of the Huskies off guard.
Runningbacks, Alex Burke, David “Husky Man ” Fye, Tracy Woy and Adam Wert blazed a trail for the home team as they played its first super bowl game at Lewistown’s Rec Park.
With the game tied late in the game, the Bulldogs asked legendary runner Walter “the Rocket” Snyder won the game on the kick off, sending them off victorious and onto game two against Overhead Door.
Once again, the two played its usual back and forth nail biter.
With just less than three minutes left, the team from Overhead Door looked as if they pulled ahead for good.
But with one last run from MVP Taylor, the group watched as she took the kick off 100 yards and in for the final score, getting the Bulldogs another title.

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