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Missed chances: Wildcats come up short on Homecoming

1:15 AM, Sep. 21, 2013
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Three yards. Nine feet. One hundred and eight inches.

However, the distance is measured, Oshkosh West stood that far away from the end zone late in the second quarter against Marshfield. A touchdown would have narrowed the deficit - and possibly tied the score - heading into halftime.

"When you get down to the 3, we had to punch it in there. We should have punched it in," junior Connor Arneson said. "A team like that ? you have to capitalize on all of your opportunities." ...

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