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Middletown (NY) 21, Port Jervis (NY) 13 – 10/10/15

October 11, 2015

The Middletown Middie Bears capitalized on Port Jervis second half miscues to come back and win the Erie Bell for the second year in a row with a 21-13 win in what is considered the oldest high school rivalry game in New York. The Bears had two quick touchdowns in the middle of the fourth quarter to come out victorious in a game sponsored by the US Marines and Muscle Milk. Photos are below.

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