Panther football’s rally thwarted

PANTHER DB ROCCO Stola makes the tackle on a Trinity receiver during the Middlebury football team’s game on Saturday. The Panthers came up just short despite a big comeback. Independent photo/Steve James

In a Saturday battle of NESCAC’s only two unbeaten football teams, visiting Trinity outplayed Middlebury College for much of the game, but the Panthers stiffened on defense and unleashed a second-half aerial attack before losing in the late going, 27-21. 

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