Threshers good to start and end games, but hang on in the middle

Greg Parham (No. 8) celebrates with Marquis Jackson after Bethel scored to open the game against Friends. Parham finished with 117 receiving yards. Photo by Clint Harden
Bethel has seen a shift this year when it opens games. The first few weeks of the season, the Threshers couldn?t get much going on opening drives. Then slowly they started to pick up a first down here and there. Then they began threatening to score before stalling. Then finally, last week against Friends, the Threshers scored on its opening drive. It was a nice,


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