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Kearney Wins Thriller at Cal-Mum

Kings score TD and 2-Point Conversion with 6 Seconds Left to Win
With six seconds to go and the game tied 46-46, Bishop Kearney did not change their approach and go for the regular PAT. Instead, as they had done all game, the Kings went for two. QB Tyler Kirton rolled to his right and connected with Jalen Long to put BK up for good, 48-46 over Cal-Mum.

Kirton's 2-point conversion to Long capped a come-from-behind drive for the Kings (3-1) in the final two minutes. Moments before, Kirton found Ardell Brown on a 14 yard pass near the sideline to tie the game at 46.

The second half featured no shortage of points, with each team trading touchdowns for nearly the entire half.

Cal-Mum scored the first points of the third quarter on a Josh Roides 19-yard field goal to put the Red Raiders up 25-22. On the ensuing kickoff, Dahmir Pross went practically untouched on a 71 yard return for a touchdown that put BK up 28-25. 

Both teams reached the endzone one more time before the end of the 3rd quarter. Joe Cappotelli scored on a 23-yard run off the left tackle for Cal-Mum to make it 32-28. Kearney scored on their next drive when Kirton found Branden Kallem on a 13-yard strike to make it 34-32 Kearney heading into the fourth.

Neither team punted in the fourth quarter. Ryan Sickles put Cal-Mum up 40-34 with a 5-yard burst through the middle. Kearney struck back immediately with Kirton hitting Kallem again on a slant that went for a 40-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, putting the score at 40-40 with six minutes remaining.

On their next possession, Cal-Mum QB Kurtis Haut scored his second touchdown of the game on a 10-yard run straight through the line. The Red Raiders again failed to convert on a 2-point conversion. Haut finished the game with 313 yards rushing on 33 carries.

In their next game, Bishop Kearney will host Letchworth in Week 5 at 7:30 on Friday, October 4th. Caledonia-Mumford travels to Warsaw for their Week 5 contest. That game is also at 7:30 on Friday, October 4th.
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