Should have been there Pt. II (MWC/Stillwater)...
By Robert Przybylo
What was it about my presence that made the games I went to memorable? I mean that has to be it, right? Anyway, Midwest City scores 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull out a 35-28 win against Stillwater.
I don’t know what to say. It’s going to be tough next week to give me a better encore. Stillwater’s Chris Perry is a beast. No, he’s a BEAST.
We all know about his wrestling mastery, but he’s a load and a half for anybody trying to get him down. He ran up, down, through MWC defenders all night. And he had more than 40 carries with all four touchdowns.
When it was 28-14, you sensed it. It was time for Bomber Magic (it was even chanted by the crowd).
QB Jase Chilcoat (who played amazingly) finds Antonio Brown for a 38-yard touchdown. The PAT is blocked, uh oh.
Timothy Flanders, the heart and soul of the team, bottled up most of the night busts one for a 32-yard score.
Time for the 2-point. Whoops, false start back ‘em up five. Chilcoat looking for Cole Eddy, deflects off his hands right into Kevin Gaddis’ and we’re tied.
See, Bomber Magic.
Midwest City defense came to play in the second half. MWC allowed 102 yards in the second half and the lone TD drive was a mere 7 yards on a fumbled punt prior to that.
Bombers take over at their own 31 with 1:55 to go. Chilcoat finds Flanders for a 62-yard touchdown pass that has the whole stadium rockin’ with 1:03 left. Wait a minute. Ineligible lineman down field.
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