A game that took two days to complete ended up going in Southington’s favor as the Wildcats rallied in the second half to top Jackson-Milton, 21-19.
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The Blue Jays had built a first half lead of 17-7 on Friday night after a pair of Jeremy Fitzpatrick one-yard touchdown runs, but a power outage at the field forced the second half to be completed on Saturday morning.
When play resumed, Jackson-Milton stretched its advantage to 19-7 on a safety.
Southington rallied with a third quarter touchdown on a Dillon Nezbith four-yard touchdown run. That cut the Wildcats deficit to six points at 19-13.
Southington took the lead for good on Justin Len’s second touchdown reception of the game. That score came late in the fourth quarter. The two-point conversion was good and Southington held a 21-19 advantage.
Jackson-Milton had one last chance late but Southington was able to stop the Blue Jays on the one-yard line to earn the victory.