Lightning comes out on top

Photos by Stefan Brodsky
Posted 10/21/20

The Legacy Lightning improved their record with a hard-fought battle against rival Horizon Oct. 16 in an empty the Adams 12 North stadium. Horizon led 14-7 going in to the half, but Legacy was able …

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Lightning comes out on top

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The Legacy Lightning improved their record with a hard-fought battle against rival Horizon Oct. 16 in an empty the Adams 12 North stadium.

Horizon led 14-7 going in to the half, but Legacy was able come from behind, beating their rivals 21-20.

Legacy’s record improves to 2-0. The Hawks fall to 0-2 for the season.

Due a public health order, no spectators were allowed in the stadium and teams were allowed a skeleton crew of staff along the sidelines.

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