Northwest Loses At Lindbergh 26-6

The Lions commit three critical miscues in the final five minutes that lead to three Lindbergh touchdowns in 26-6 loss.

A good old-fashioned smash-mouth, defensive struggle of a football game became a rather convincing Homecoming Night victory for Lindbergh on Friday night, as the Flyers scored three touchdowns in the final five minutes to defeat Suburban West Conference rival Northwest, 26-6.

Both teams had their struggles with turnovers and sloppy play, but Lindbergh's Garrett Krueger made big play after big play all night for the Flyers, including an unofficial stat count of 242 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns to lead his club to the win.

It was his fumble return for a touchdown that got Lindbergh on the board in the first quarter, and Krueger's 1-yard plunge through the line in the fourth quarter that gave the Flyers the lead for good in a victory they absolutely had to have to stay alive in the Suburban West and MSHSAA playoff races.

Northwest's Cling Grobelny had an interception, blocked a punt, and blocked a field goal to help keep the Lions in the game.

Please tune in to Patch on Saturday morning for the full story on Lindbergh's exciting Homecoming Night victory over Northwest! You can also subscribe to our free daily newsletter to get updates delivered straight to your mailbox!

Lisa Smith September 29, 2012 at 05:23 AM
Zach Smith # 44 blocked the punt for Northwest against Lindbergh.
Lisa Smith September 29, 2012 at 05:13 PM
Drew Ide #82 actualy had the interception against Lindbergh to. And Clint Grobelny didnt even play in the game cause he was out with a knee injury


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