In the Region IV, Division Three Semifinal Cave Spring was one win away from a return trip to the state semifinals, but Tunstall stood in the way down in Dry Fork. the Trojans Evan Huffman was fresh off a six TD performance last week against Marion. The two teams met at midfield in the pregame, but they didn't play nice after that.
On the Trojans first possesson, they quickly got into Cave Spring territory. Evan Huffman hauled in the quick pass from Chris Buckner. He was off on a nice play getting to the Cave Spring 25 yard line. Three plays later, that same duo hooked up again on this 27 yard touchdown strike and Tunstall was out front 6-nothing early.
Tunstall missed a field goal a few minutes late, but Brad Hylton played some defense. He stepped in front of the Connor Baker passed and housed it for the pick 6. Just like that, the home team led it 12-nothing.
They then went to the bag of tricks with a double reverse. Taylor Farrior ran untouched on the 50 yard TD gallop. Tunstall was rolling, up 19 to nothing in the first quarter.
Early in the third, it was 19-3, Tunstall with the ball. The Knights showed some life. Jacob Cash intercepted the Buckner pass and he scooted back to the Trojans 7 yard line. On second and goal,
Baker hit Austin Amos in the right flat for 6. They missed the two point conversion. It was 19 to 9, and Tunstall claimed its first regional crown with a 19 to 15 win.