CAPITAL 27, SKYLINE 24 Capital opted to go for the win at the 1-yard line with 3 seconds left instead of the tie. And Micah Hagler made the move pay off as he plowed in for the game-winning score as time expired. It was Hagler’s second rushing TD of the game for Capital, which fell in a 14-0 hole in the first quarter. Sam Brixey, above, caught a 49-yard TD pass and ran for a 2-yard score for the Eagles, who face Mountain View in next week’s quarterfinals.
CAPITAL 27, SKYLINE 24 Capital opted to go for the win at the 1-yard line with 3 seconds left instead of the tie. And Micah Hagler made the move pay off as he plowed in for the game-winning score as time expired. It was Hagler’s second rushing TD of the game for Capital, which fell in a 14-0 hole in the first quarter. Sam Brixey, above, caught a 49-yard TD pass and ran for a 2-yard score for the Eagles, who face Mountain View in next week’s quarterfinals. Photo by Loren Orr For the Idaho Statesman
CAPITAL 27, SKYLINE 24 Capital opted to go for the win at the 1-yard line with 3 seconds left instead of the tie. And Micah Hagler made the move pay off as he plowed in for the game-winning score as time expired. It was Hagler’s second rushing TD of the game for Capital, which fell in a 14-0 hole in the first quarter. Sam Brixey, above, caught a 49-yard TD pass and ran for a 2-yard score for the Eagles, who face Mountain View in next week’s quarterfinals. Photo by Loren Orr For the Idaho Statesman

Capital knocks off Skyline on last-second TD; Friday’s football roundup

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