It was one of those games when whoever scored last was going to win.
Unfortunately for the Wildcats, it was Webb who scored last, pulling off the 35-28 win.
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Wildcats Find No Chair When the Music Stops
The loss- the second straight for the 5-2 Wildcats- hurt twice as hard, considering that BGA lost to Webb in the Division II-A BlueCross Bowl state championship game last year.
Marcus Cawthorne had a big game in the loss, catching 54-and-60 yard touchdown passes.
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Clayton Beathard threw 54, 60 and 80 yard touchdown passes.
Webb followed Cawthorne’s touchdown with a Tommy Jordan 1-yard touchdown run.
Terell Webster returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown to put BGA up 14-7 in the second quarter.
But every time BGA got ahead, Webb came right back. Usuall with Jordan. He scored four touchdowns, three from 1-yard out and a 15-yard run in the second quarter.
It was his last touchdown, however, that put Webb up for good.
In the fourth quarter, after an 80-yard touchdown catch by Webster tied the game at 28, Webb went back down the field and Jordan punched it in from a yard away, to give Webb the win.
Webb rushed 68 times for 480 yards; BGA 18 times for 19 yards.
On the flip side, BGA passed for 302 yards to 30 by Webb.
Next week the Wildcats go to Ezell-Harding (3-4, 1-2) for another Division II-A district game.