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At some point, however, Dodger Stadium may want to upgrade its scoreboard.
Even when Trinity finally got on the scoreboard in the second half, St. Xavier had a near-immediate answer in the form of sub Alex Pisacrita, who had two goals to lead the shorthanded Tigers to a 3-1 win last month over then No. 2 Collegiate Titans.
After slapping 60 and 62 points on the scoreboard in its first two outings, the Patriots’ offense morphed from otherworldly to simply spectacular Friday night.
In a West Wing dominated by a scoreboard mentality and suffused by an unusual degree of job insecurity, points scored with the boss have become the only political currency that seems to matter.
Diamond Hill-Jarvis got on the scoreboard with Adrian Gutierrez’ 58-yard touchdown pass to Victor Reyes with 4:55 to play in the third quarter.
The ultimate Alabama-LSU scoreboard looked down on the 100,000-plus gathered.
And in the sports world, where the bacteria can flourish in crowded gyms and locker rooms, and amid frequent skin-to-skin contact on the playing field, there is not even a scoreboard to definitively keep track of who is winning.
Taseer Jones got O’Hara on the scoreboard with a 32-yard scoring run near the end of the third frame.
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