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Updated: 10/28/2013 05:54:03PM

Familiar end

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Charlotte running back Clyde Newton carries against Martin County during the second quarter Friday at Charlotte High School.


SUN PHOTO by Tom O'Neill

Charlotte running back Amari Washington pulls in a Brennan McGill pass against Martin County during the second quarter Friday at Charlotte High School.

Charlotte wide receiver (2) Dwight Reynolds celebrates his second quarter touchdown reception against Martin County with lineman (56) Chris McGill Friday at Charlotte High School.

Photo by Tom O'Neill

By GREG ZECK

Sports Writer

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PUNTA GORDA — The sight of Martin County High School driving down the field to go ahead with little time remaining on the scoreboard was all too familiar for the Charlotte High School football fans.

History repeated itself Friday night as the Tigers scored the go-ahead touchdown when running back Dan Fillhaber punched the ball from a yard out with 2:13 left on the clock. For the second year in a row, the host Tarpons found themselves on the losing end because of it, this time in a 35-32 decision that ended their season.

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