LINDEN- The Chargers (2-1, 0-1 SAC) played host to the Lebanon Tigers (2-1, 1-0 SAC) on Friday night. The game lasted only until halftime. That was when the first delay began. The lightning would continue and eventually cause the game to postpone until Saturday, Sept. 10 at 3:30 p.m.

After receiving the opening kickoff, the Chargers methodically marched the ball down the length of the field. Lebanon then came away with a big interception in the end zone to end North Montgomery’s chance.

Early in the second quarter, Lebanon tacked on their first points of the game thanks to a 12 yard pass from senior Evan Stambaugh to Clayton Barber. During North’s next possession, the Chargers were forced to punt after a three and out. The snap was high and the punter, Corbin Osborne, was taken down at the 19-yard line.

The Tigers would take over and have to settle for a 34-yard field goal to go up 10-0. The Charger defense showed great determination and hustle with two sacks during the possession.

North Montgomery struggled The punting woes would continue for the Chargers in their next possession. North found themselves having to punt out of their own end zone. The Tigers brought the pressure and blocked the punt out of the back of the end zone, causing a safety.

The Tigers started their third straight drive in the Charger zone and collected a two-yard touchdown run from Stambaugh. The score of 19-0 would stand going into halftime before the lightning delays began.