By LARRY GAGE
Special to the PRESS
The Port Isabel Tarpons fell to the Tigers of Valley View on the road last Friday night, 34-7, and Tarpon turnovers played a big part in the final outcome.
Port Isabel turned the ball over five times — two on fumbles and three interceptions. Valley View had two turnovers, both on fumbles, on the night.
“After we went up 7-3 we had (five) turnovers and that cost us the game,” first-year Head Coach Jason Strunk told the PRESS this week. “That was the story of the game the other night. Two weeks in a row we beat ourselves, so (we have) lots to work on, lots to get better at,” he said.
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