PORT JERVIS, N.Y. – Middletown needed a little extra time to hang on to the Erie Bell for the fourth consecutive year, but an overtime field goal sealed a 24-21 win over Port Jervis on Saturday, according to the Times Herald-Record.
The Middies built a 21-0 lead in New York State's oldest rivalry, but the Raiders stormed back to tie the game. Sam Ziak drilled the 18-yard chip shot in overtime to give Middletown the win, the Record reported.
The Middies improved to 3-3 while the Raiders fell to 4-2.
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