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Eagles Score Lone Touchdown in Fourth Quarter, Lose to Piscataway

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Edison Eagles return a kick-off just before the end of halftime. Credits: Marc Krauss
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EDISON, NJ  Edison varsity quarterback Matt Daniels connected with wide receiver Elajah Davila for a 45-yard score in the fourth quarter, but the Eagles fell to Piscataway, 31-6, in football on Friday.

Piscataway had a comfortable lead of 17-0 by halftime, then scoring a touchdown apiece in the third and fourth quarters.

Edison's record fell to 0-3.

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