Beloit Turner football snaps 16-game losing streak Friday

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Gazette staff
August 31, 2013

A long losing streak came to an end early Saturday for the Beloit Turner football team.

Seth Smith connected with Nick Bingham on a 23-yard scoring play with just more than a minute to play as Turner rallied in the fourth quarter for a 13-12 nonconference win over Southwestern. The win was Turner's first since a 52-28 nonconference win over Milwaukee Marshall in the second game of the 2011 season and snapped a 16-game losing streak.

Southwestern took a 12-0 lead into the fourth, but Turner (1-1) got within six on Nate Loomis' 72-yard touchdown reception with 2:28 left to play. After forcing Southwestern to punt on the ensuing possession, Turner needed only four plays to score.

Cole Gerber's interception sealed the Trojans' win.


Southwestern                          6                                   6         0                            0—12

Beloit Turner                             0                                   0         0                          13—13

Scoring summary: S—Pollock, 1 run (kick failed). S—Splinter, 25 pass from Pollock (pass failed). T—Nate Loomis, 72 pass from Seth Smith (run failed). T—Nick Bingham, 23 pass from Smith (Bingham kick).

Statistics: First downs—S 12, T 11. Rushes—S 40-80, T 20-51. Yards passing—S 141, T 182. Passes—S 31-11-1, T 40-15-0. Fumbles—S 6-3, T 4-4. Penalties—S 10-87, T 9-92.

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