The Chesterton offense kept missing in the wind in the first half of Friday night’s away football game against Portage. Chris Mullen’s passes were off target, and more often than not when he did hit the spot, the passes were dropped. The Portage defensive line at times shoved their counterparts into the backfield, giving ball carriers nowhere to run, nowhere […]
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