Raiders spoil Cubs’ homecoming, win 49-20
NEVADA — It happens all the time. Two teams are locked in a close game until one big play happens, and everything snowballs.
That’s exactly what happened for the Collins-Maxwell/Baxter Raiders in their 49-20 drubbing of Nevada’s Cubs on Friday night. The Raiders were ahead 21-7 following two strikes down the field from quarterback Zach Samson, — one to Austin Moorman and a touchdown pass to Bryce Kemp — but the Cubs were driving on the back of a strong running game and had the ball deep into Raider territory. That’s when the game was broken wide open.
“The way our offense was really moving, we were feeling pretty good already, but that was really a turning point in the game,” CMB coach Rob Luther said of Kemp’s play. “They were moving the ball, and all of a sudden Bryce is running the other way for us. Momentum changes, attitudes change. It was really an emotional booster for us.”
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