‘One for the ages’
Shootout sets playoff scoring record
CEDAR FALLS — After three hours of action-packed football producing 140 points, and an overtime with both teams scoring touchdowns, it came down to one two-point conversion play.
In a record-setting Eight-Man semifinal game Thursday morning, that spilled into Thursday afternoon, Murray and Gilbertville Don Bosco had nothing settled after 48 exhausting minutes, with the two undefeated teams locked in a 70-70 tie.
Murray won the overtime coin toss and elected to play defense first. In this game, 10 yards wasn't much of an impediment in scoring a touchdown, and Don Bosco junior quarterback Jake Hogan carried three times until he finally scored from the 4-yard line. He also followed his blockers in for the two-point conversion.
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