Wildcats win with last second TD over Indians

 

Quarterback Jacob Garcia did more than the running option in Friday’s night game against last year’s semi-finalists Hallettsville’s Sacred Heart. 
 
Without running back Logan Romans to carry the ball after an injury in the second quarter the team played as one as they snatched the game from Sacred Heart in the last two seconds of the game, winning 28-22.
 
No one could have predicted the out come of the game. In the opening kick-off Sacred Heart received the ball on their own 20-yard line and ran for an 80-yard touchdown. 
 
The Wildcats answered back with several runs. Romans was given the ball for a 3-yard touchdown. The Wildcats opted for the two point conversion with success. Yorktown took the lead 8-6.
 
 
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