Tigers drop home finale
PRINCETON — The Princeton Tigers walked off Bryant Field for the final time Friday night with a late feel-good moment when quarterback Jake Reinhardt connected with Zach Friel for a 33-yard fourth-quarter touchdown pass.
The rest of the night, however, belonged to Austin Regenwether and the visiting Fulton Steamers. Regenwether scored three touchdowns and rushed for 152 yards to lead the Steamers to a 35-6 win in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference crossover contest. The win was just the second of the season for Fulton (2-4) while the Tigers fell to 0-6.
The Princeton scoring drive started from their own 26-yard line late in the third quarter. Reinhardt got a first down on a three-yard gain and Logan Wilde moved the chains on the second play of the fourth quarter with a 10-yard gainer. After Reinhardt scrambled for a 10-yard gain, he found Friel open along the sidelines. No. 10 in blue looked like a jitterbug, dancing and weaving his way through the Fulton defense to the goal line for the Tiger touchdown.
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