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Lake Forest's Mac Uihlein puts the Scouts on the board against Zion Benton Friday, Oct. 5, in Lake Forest. Aimee Bernardi Messner/22nd Century Media
Jacob Thomas runs past a Zion-Benton play during the game.
The Scouts' Clayton Burton wraps up a Zion-Benton running back.
David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter
10:49 am CDT October 7, 2018
When a football team falls behind by two touchdowns in the second quarter and also commits a lot of penalties, it can be difficult to come back. But despite Lake Forest’s struggles throughout its home game with Zion-Benton, which included committing 15 penalties, they still put themselves in position to try and win the game at the end Saturday, Oct. 6, in Lake Forest.