Bills Fall Short Against Patriots and Brockport Vigil for Pittsburgh Victims

By Kayla Green @kaylagreen04

The Buffalo Bills hosted the New England Patriots in their first Monday night game in a decade last night. While the defense held their own through much of the game, the offense struggled. LeSean McCoy totaled only 13 yards on 12 carries, continuing his struggling season. Stephen Hauschka accounted for all Buffalo’s points, and the Patriots came out on top, winning 25 to 6. The Bills face the Chicago Bears at home on Sunday and rookie quarterback Josh Allen is still questionable to return. 

“Compassionate Brockport” will be holding a vigil tonight to honor those killed at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. The ceremony will include a press conference, readings, and testimony. It will take place in Sagawa Park in front of the Brockport Diner on Main Street. The vigil will run from 6:30 to 8:30. All are welcome.  

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