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Wildcats undefeated no longer

Gabe Kelley takes a knee following Lee’s loss.

Every team, no matter how great, is going to have “those days.” The Lee Wildcats have able to overcome a couple of slow starts this season, but Friday night the hill proved too tall to climb.
The Wildcats fell 38-13 to the Amherst Hurricanes, ending their bid for an undefeated season.
Right off the bat, Lee was in trouble.
After deferring their choice to the second half, Amherst kicked to open the game. As they have all season, the Hurricanes went for an onside kick and recovered it, setting them up with great field position.

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