Billy Goodall’s three-yard touchdown run with :05 left in regulation gave South Range a dramatic 34-30 victory over Warren JFK Saturday night at Mollenkopf Stadium in Warren.
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A first quarter touchdown run by South Range’s Billy Goodall helped the Raiders take an early 7-6 lead against Warren JFK. Goodall scored on a short three-yard run.
Earlier in the first quarter the Eagles opened the scoring when Carl Zallow broke loose for a 30-yard touchdown scamper. Goodall blocked the extra point to keep the deficit at 6-0.
Michael Roscoe’s 10-yard touchdown run allowed JFK to take a 12-7 lead. The Eagles went for two and couldn’t convert.
Late in the second quarter South Range quarterback Ryan Miller found Zach Thorpe on a 68-yard touchdown pass helping give the Raiders a 14-12 advantage just before halftime.
As time expired in the first half, Eric Bofenkamp nailed a 24-yard field goal from the right hash to give JFK a 15-14 halftime lead.
South Range jumped back on top late in the third quarter as Ryan Miller hooked up with Zach Thorpe on a 42-yard touchdown pass. The Raiders attempted an unsuccessful two-point conversion leaving the score at 20-15.
With under a minute to play in the third quarter, the Raiders extended their lead to 27-15 on a Bryce Allen 3-yard touchdown run. That scoring play was set up by a JFK fumble deep in its own territory.
Warren JFK pulled to within five at 27-22 when Michael Roscoe connected with Jacob Coates on a 25-yard touchdown pass.
Carl Zallow’s 12-yard touchdown run helped JFK rally back from a 12-point deficit and take a 30-27 lead with 3:30 left in the game. Zallow also ran in the two-point conversion following the go-ahead score.
South Range returns to action Friday at home against Campbell, while JFK pays a visit to LaBrae. Both games kick off at 7 p.m.