The Chieftains managed only 153 yards of offense and needed a big, fourth-down play to get on the scoreboard. Trailing by 12 in the second quarter and staring at a fourth and six, Troy Bunker found Corey Tines in the back right corner of the endzone. Tines got a little separation with his stop-and-go route and did a good job of hauling the ball in with his feet in bounds.
“We didn’t do much right tonight but that was a nice throw-and-catch,” said Pugh. “Now it’s back to the drawing board.”