Struthers edges Hubbard on late Hall TD pass, Kopnicky INT

Trailing by two, JD Hall connected with Kevin Caldwell for a 35-yard go-ahead scoring pass

JD Hall's touchdown pass to Kevin Caldwell and a late Tommy Kopnicky interception propelled Struthers to a 20-14 win Friday against Hubbard.

STRUTHERS, Ohio (WKBN) – JD Hall’s touchdown pass to Kevin Caldwell and a late Tommy Kopnicky interception propelled Struthers to a 20-14 win Friday against Hubbard.

Trailing by two, Hall connected with Caldwell for a 35-yard scoring pass. A two-point conversion then gave the Wildcats a 20-14 lead.

Hubbard followed to move the ball down to Struthers’ 5-yard line with less than 20 seconds left, but Kopnicky notched an interception to ice the game.

Davion Daniels scored two touchdowns for Hubbard, including a 1-yard TD run late in the third quarter that gave the Eagles a 14-12 lead.

Struthers took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on Nick Adams’ 53-yard TD run.

Daniels’ TD pass midway through the second gave Hubbard a 7-6 lead. Nate Richards then answered with a 1-yard TD run for a 12-7 Struthers advantage.

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