The first turn saw two pushes by the Germans, one on the American left towards a defended chateau, and another towards the orchards near the front of the town.
The panzergrenadiers saw more success against the American left thanks to the support of some Stugs.
The second turn saw the American infantry falling back from their forward positions along with a vicious gun duel between the Stugs and the Hellcats, however, the hellcats Green quality would prove to be fatal.
By the end of the third turn the American left had folded with one German platoon across the river and others soon to follow.
The third turn also saw the Recce push their opponents across the bridge simultaneous with an airstrike that damaged a platoon of armoured cars.
At the end of the fourth turn the American player threw in the towel. As it stood the Germans had crossed the river on the left and were in a cross river gun duel in the center. While the tigers had never fired a shot, their slow but steady advance towards the front line was also a motivator. As always the game was enjoyable regardless of outcome. This game also made it apparent for both Phil and I that we really enjoy this set of rules and that I should get around to posting them.