MSJC will share the American Mountain Conference title with Pasadena City and Grossmont after each team finished league play with a single loss on their record. Valley News/Courtesy photo
SAN JACINTO – Three points would have sealed it all for the MSJC football team, but the Eagles came up a two-point conversion short of going undefeated in American Mountain Conference play. Last Saturday MSJC lost on the road to Pasadena City 28-26, but the Eagles still earned a share of the conference title. After falling behind 14-0 in the first period, MSJC rallied back to give themselves a chance at forcing overtime, or at least tying the contest, with 5 minutes remaining in the game. The Lancers opened the game with a quick five play 60-yard drive to grab the early 7-0 lead just less than three minutes in, but the Eagles looked poised to answer back when they drove down the Pasadena four-yard line on the ensuing possession. MSJC however came away empty on that drive and the Lan
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