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I couldn't believe the way the Celtic top bobbled up at the bottom and looked snagged all over.
The Lancers were without both of their regular goalkeepers, and backup Steve Solis bobbled both of Westlake's goals.
The snap on the extra point was bobbled, but Culbert ran it in to give the Gauchos a 21-13 halftime lead.
Neb Brown scored the winning run for Lancaster (14-7) in the top of the ninth from first base when Modesto left fielder Nelson Cruz bobbled Jesus Cota's two-out bloop single.
Haley also bobbled a grounder in a three-run first inning that was ruled an infield hit.
She clearly bobbled the ball, then the buzzer went off.
Reliable: After Justin Wyatt bobbled Arizona State's first punt, Carroll inserted Greig Carlson to return punts.
Martin was tackled in the end zone for a safety at the start of the fourth quarter, and Alex Espinoza missed a 47-yard field goal in the first half when the snap was bobbled.
But when Caleb Gervin, a nephew of Basketball Hall of Famer George Gervin, bobbled the pass, Jones grabbed the ball and dribbled around the court until he was fouled with five seconds left.
One play later, Righetti (6-5) bobbled the ball again, Westlake recovering at the Righetti 15.
The Spartans scored late in the first quarter after San Marcos punter Dominic Avila bobbled the ball and was tackled at the 1-yard line.
Lauren Allen pulled Royal ahead with a booming sixth-inning triple over left fielder Jessica Nyberg, coming all the way home when shortstop Nicole Gutierrez bobbled the relay.
Eddie Degeman's high bouncer to third was bobbled, allowing Gallagher to score from third and setting up the back-to-back two-run doubles by Seiser and Beal.
But Lue bobbled a Rick Fox pass out of bounds, leading to a turnover, then Karl Malone 15-footer.
Even when the Trojans scored touchdowns in the first half, they missed both extra points, as a snap was bobbled and a kick hit the upright.