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|Block falls by a point|
After a big win over Montgomery, Block High came up a point short at LaSalle High, falling, 21-20.
Block had two touchdowns called back in the contest and had five turnovers.
"We turned ball over too much and we had some breakdowns on special teams," said Block coach Benny Vault. "That's something we will continue to work on."
Block's Curdarius Johnson scored on a 13-yard run with just under five minutes to go in the first quarter, but the extra point was no good.
LaSalle went up 7-6 before VaShawn Davis scored on a 9-yard TD run. John Bloodsaw added the two-point conversion run.
LaSalle's Kenny White scored on a 2-yard run and Devaux's extra point made it 14-14 at halftime.
Trailing 21-14 with 9:38 remaining in the game, Davis scored on a 1-yard run, but the Bears came up inches short on the two-point conversion run.
Davis led the Bears' running game with 82 yards on 11 carries while Johnson completed eight of 15 passes for 106 yards, but he threw three costly interceptions.
"We've got to bounce back," said Vault, whose team hosts Northwood Friday. "We're still No. 11 in power points. We just have to take it one game at a time. I feel good about the next three games. Northwood has a fast quarterback who we have to contain."
We just have to come in focused."
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