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Chucks lose by one stroke, suffer first loss of season

August 26, 2013

PUNXSUTAWNEY — If you've ever listened to a coaches' press conference at any competitive level, you'll hear them say that they are focused on the task at hand and that each game counts the same.

A loss early in the season counts the same as a loss late in the season.

For golf, the same can be said about strokes.

In Punxsutawney's biggest match of the young season, the team found this out the hard way.

In the Route 36 battle, the Chucks dropped a highly competitive match to the Raiders of Brookville, 164-165.

Ouch.

One stroke made the difference.

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