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Extra action was needed before Glendale Nicolet could slip past Cedarburg 21-20 at Glendale Nicolet High on September 3 in Wisconsin football action.
Glendale Nicolet avoided the brakes and shifted into victory gear via a 7-6 stretch over the final period.
Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Knights and the Bulldogs locked in a 14-14 stalemate.
Unicorns and mermaids were more common than points in a futile second quarter that left the intermission gap at 14-7.
The start wasn’t the problem for Cedarburg, who began with a 14-7 edge over Glendale Nicolet through the end of the first quarter.
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