Georgetown News
Football - Fri, Apr. 29, 2011

It was another exciting Orange & Black Scrimmage as the Black battled back and evened the series at 34 wins all.

Orange behind some timely defensive plays, kept the potent Black offense off the board and managed to put up 12 points for the early lead. However, Kaelin Ammons got on track with Coty Minnis and would not be denied.

The pair helped the Black erase the deficit and late in the fourth quarter take a 13-12 lead. The two-point conversion on the second score was denied, forcing the Black defense to have to protect a one-point lead with kicker Alex Kreimer on the Orange team.

Orange turned it over late to seal the victory for the Black team, but both sides showed signs of what a combined Georgetown team will be able to do next fall.

The Tigers open regular season play against stiff competition, nationally ranked Ottawa in Kansas. They followed that up with two more hefty non-conference foes in University of the Cumberlands and Shorter University. Both of those games will be in Toyota Stadium.

 
 
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