A little bit of character was called for when Fort Worth Nolan Catholic was forced to come from behind to upend Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal 31-14 on Friday in a Texas high school football matchup on November 13.
The Panthers enjoyed a 14-10 lead over the Vikings to start the fourth quarter.
Had this been a prize fight, the Panthers would’ve earned the judge’s decision at intermission, with a 14-0 lead on the Vikings.
Farmers Branch Parish Episcopal showed it was ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 7-0 advantage over Fort Worth Nolan Catholic as the first quarter ended.
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