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- proper n. A Czech/Slovak surname
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Fetchko had missed a long field goal at the end of the first half, but this one was dead center and easily cleared the cross bar.
Player of the game: Fetchko, who also boomed a 65-yard punt that pinned Pennsauken deep in its own territory and helped set up the sequence that led to the winning kick.
Bishop Eustace coach Robert Cormier sent Fetchko onto the field for the field-goal try.
Fetchko boomed a 65-yard punt, forcing Pennsauken's Marcus Jones to race back and retrieve the ball at his own 10.
Andrew Spear for The Wall Street Journal Karen Fetchko of Howland, Ohio, held a sign outside an Anti-Senate Bill 5 petition signing in Niles, Ohio, on May 25.